Tracey Emin often uses her own life as the starting point for her art and sometimes draws upon the most intimate details of her past. The artist often uses neon in her works to write sentences or poems expressing feelings, memories and emotions.
Here in Love Is What You Want the fluorescent blue handwritten words are contained within a glowing pink heart. Its meaning is ambiguous: is this a frank and generalised statement, proclaiming that within society love is really what we really want? Or is it a highly personal message, a work intended to speak to a specific individual known only to the artist? Working directly with the artist, s[edition] brings you the this exclusive limited edition.