Lauren Iida | How to Trap a Memory

ArtXchange Gallery presents Lauren Iida’s debut solo exhibition, “How to Trap a Memory.” Intricate paper cutaway works create an intimate portrait of the artist, utilizing a visual language of metaphorical objects traversing a decade living between the United States and Cambodia. Her new collection illustrates how stories and memories accumulate in the corners of our mind and ultimately become a structure we carry with us. Memories become both a burden and safe place of refuge, forming our history and identity.

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Lauren Iida | How to Trap a Memory
ArtXchange Gallery presents Lauren Iida’s debut solo exhibition, “How to Trap a Memory.” Intricate paper cutaway works create an intimate portrait of the artist, utilizing a visual language of metaphorical objects traversing a decade living between the United States and Cambodia. Her new collection illustrates how stories and memories accumulate in the corners of our mind and ultimately become a structure we carry with us. Memories become both a burden and safe place of refuge, forming our history and identity.
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ArtXchange Gallery
Seattle
Washington
2017-03-02T00:00:00.0000000
2017-04-29T00:00:00.0000000