Howell Exhibits Inflatable Sculpture Exploring Data, Air, and Feeling

Posted May 13, 2022

Infrastructural Membranes is an inflatable sculpture by LMC Assistant Professor Noura Howell that explores taken-for-granted infrastructures of data, air, and feeling. About the size of a studio apartment, this pop-up sculpture takes up space and calls attention to the tubes, systems, and structures weaving through and under and around daily life — whether HVAC systems that monitor and optimize air in modern buildings, gargantuan bundles of cables spanning the globe for the internet, or emergent surveillance structures that measure and distort emotions.

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