Inspired by the fluid and flawed process of our deteriorating memories, this installation projects textures and drawings onto architecturally inspired structures. As the imagery is superimposed onto the structures, they dissolve and reform, providing different stages of recognition. A soundtrack of ambient and rhythmic sounds accompany the video footage to create a fully immersive experience for the viewer.
Project presented in partnership with the
MASSACHUSETTS COLLEGE OF ART & DESIGN
Robert Maloney is an Assistant Professor at the Massachusetts College of Art and Design. His recent work focuses on the connections between the temporary materials of our man-made, urban structures and how these fragile forms relate to the erosion of memory. His work has been featured in Creative Quarterly Magazine, Cloth Paper Scissors Magazine, The Pulse of Mixed Media (North Light Books), Art Revolution (North Light Books) and Artscope Magazine and his work is held in the collection of Wellington Management, Liberty Mutual and private collections.