Overlap: Public Space Indoors, Active Linear Squares

Overlap: Public Space Indoors, Active Linear Squares

Brooklyn artist Aakash Nihalani's new exhibit explores new variations on his iconic tape art.

Don Michael Acelar De Leon
  • 3 november 2010

Brooklyn-based artist Aakash Nihalani presents the possibilities of public space indoors and turns discrete linear square forms into active and organic compositions in his upcoming show, Overlap, which starts on November 4th. Consisting of photography, sculpture, tape installation, painting, and interactive digital imagery, Overlap serves as a reflexive investigation of Nihalani’s existing conceptual framework.

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