Today's Daily Dirty Diary


This summer, Tape Artist Aakash Nihalani presents new work at the Parrish Art Museum in the Hamptons. Nihalani collaborated with the Tripoli Gallery to create a collection of murals that explores new virtual realities. Nihalani moved away from using simple materials and bold colors in his street art to highlight geometric gems of urban life. Instead he pushed the boundaries of his interior work to create an an inventive mergence of both worlds. The new exterior walls of the museum’s recently opened Herzog Meuron Building serve as the backdrop of these visual distortions. In each mural, Nihalani questions principles of gravity by juxtaposing geometric shapes with human interaction or reaction. In doing so, viewers are invited to partake in an interactive experience which challenges their notion of spatial relativity.





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