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Posted by Susana Roque on Thursday, May 11, 2017


We put mural installations up on a wall as an act of remembrance. Traditionally, they have been used in the urban landscape for historical or political reasons. Murals bring our personal ideas into the collective memory in the public sphere. People want to remember a part of themselves in public and speak about it. Nobody wants to be anonymous to themselves or to others in what is around them since it is a form of estrangement. We are a part of the buildings and objects around us that shape us but we cannot always create them. If you look closely, this is why graffiti is always answering back to advertisements across cities in an almost analogous and persistent opposition. As interesting as politics are across our media and on the streets, we also need resolutions. We have a need to see images with the intention to create peace that are uplifting, beautiful and healing. Perhaps, this comes from a need to rest from noise, especially indoors. It is said that those who love nature always see beauty. I think this is true. But, mundane objects of everyday life can be arranged together to make beautiful sentences across space as well. What we know and see should help us to feel good.


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