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The Infrastructural Monument

The political monument, under the Soviet regime, was embodied in the construction of a new water infrastructure. Geography was thus transformed into an architectural scale. Concrete, machines, and water formed a single continuous artificial landscape. Representing this object as both geographic and architectural, the installation extrudes one side of the canal system into a foam wall—an infrastructural monument.

Funding provided by the Advancing Scholarship in the Humanities and Social Sciences (ASHSS) research grant program at the University of Southern California.

Opening | December 8th, 2011

WUHO | 6518 Hollywood Blvd., Los Angeles, CA 90028

an installation by Anna Neimark (www.firstoff.net)

Posted in 2011, Past

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