In Mars’s Femme Fatale, actress and sex bomb Brigitte Bardot stares provocatively from the collaged surface. Printed in a black-and-white halftone, her likeness is surrounded by a pattern of circular, cropped print advertisements. A large blue neon sign, reading “Femme Fatale” in cursive script, is affixed to the surface, pointing to Bardot’s role as a symbol of erotic desire and consumer culture. Similarly, Revives Hearts Blondie sets Debbie Harry against a patchwork of hot pink and black squares built from collaged advertisements. A VIP drink ticket from the infamous Studio 54 disco, where Harry was a regular during the 1970s and ’80s, is silkscreened over the background to indicate the passage of time and shifting trends in music and club culture. Here, Mars both memorializes the past and also catalogues how we respond to it.