This Imposing Memorial For Gun Violence Is Made From Crime Scene Evidence

This Imposing Memorial For Gun Violence Is Made From Crime Scene Evidence
Design

An artist has created a large concrete structure using debris from the places where incidents occurred

Laura Yan
  • 2 august 2016

Artist Teresa Margolles has created a grim and imposing memorial for victims of gun crime created from crime scene residues. La Sombra (the shade) is a 20-feet wide, imposing concrete structure on the corner of Echo Park, in Los Angeles. “The size of the shelter comes from the scale of the tragedy,” Margolles told The Art Newspaper.

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