For individuals and communities Tape Art can play a role in the aftermath of loss: on the walls of hospitals, in the wake of natural disasters and after national or international tragedies.
Creating temporary murals can activate hospital walls through visual storytelling. This elephant does not want to take a bath.
WAITING ROOMS & HALLWAYS
Drawings bring energy to the in between spaces of hospitals and provide a distraction for patients and families as they wait.
TAPE IN PATIENT ROOMS
We simply ask patients, "what do you want to see?" And then we draw it. Even the littlest control over their space can go a long way.
PSHYICATRIC & CORRECTIONAL
Drawing with tape on walls can be a much-needed outlet for expression and control for institutionalized individuals.
COMMUNITY ART & ACTIVISM
Temporary public art gives communities the ability to make their collective voice heard.
Tape Art allows us to respond to tragedies and loss in real time at the heart of the communities affected.