Memory Lane: Evoking Memories With Masking Tape

Memory Lane: Evoking Memories With Masking Tape
Dan Gould
  • 27 may 2009

Looking to create a kind of virtual physical space that would evoke specific memories of the past, Scott Wayne Indiana used masking tape to draw a scale floor-plan of his childhood house. After recreating the house’s outline on a grass lawn in Central Park, Indiana was flooded with detailed recollections of his youth. An interesting art project that illustrates the power of simple cues to conjure up memories and emotions.

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