A group of old technologies, like out of date TV's and DVD players that have been found on street curbs, will be arranged like stones in a cemetery. Viewers can walk through this electronic trashyard, paying respect to each discarded technology. This installation, with the glow of the screens, paintings on the dead TV’s, and short-looped animations, pokes fun at the gentrification of Boston and the "innovation districts" replacing artist neighborhoods.
Presented in partnership with the
BOSTON CENTER FOR THE ARTS (BCA)
Pat Falco is an artist from Boston, MA, who in the past year has completed public installations on George's Island in the Boston Harbor, a series of installations throughout the city for the Boston Center for the Arts, and two installations for the Boston Arts Commission.