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This installation was created by Indianapolis-based Urushi artist, Nhat Tran, for the grand opening of the new airport in 2008. The artwork is a contemporary abstract urushi mural intended to awake a wide constellation of feelings. Waiting to pass through security, passengers are given an esthetic pause, an artistic hiatus that they may find soothing. The artwork’s abstraction does not seek to impose any particular interpretation since it only exists for the sake of its own forms.
Date created: 2008
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