Memorial for Lost Connections

Memorial for Lost Connections
by Visakh Menon

chashama 1351
1351 Amsterdam Avenue
(between 125th and 126th St.) 
New York, NY

November 7 - 14, 2012

This installation encapsulates the moments of loss or missed connections and creates an object hood to those memories. Each string acting as lines in a spatial network are a metaphor to a duration in time and its existence in space at that moment. The fragmented tags spread over the lines reference those singular moments of contact. A memorial for the mark social interaction leaves on time and history. 

Artist Bio: 
Visakh Menon is an interdisciplinary artist from India currently based in New York. He creates video art, interactive installations and mixed media drawings with a focus on technology and rituals. He was selected for the 2010 Mentoring Fellowship for Immigrant Artists at New York  Foundation for the Arts. In 2007 Menon received an MFA in Graphic Design from the Maryland Institute College of Art.

Tags: installation, window, mixed media
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