RAFFLED ARTWORK, Donated by Susan Feldman to raise funds for the non-profit Memorial Crane Project.Org all proceeds go to create labyrinth-like installations honoring and commemorating Covid-19 victims, where you can walk through the exhibitions of more than 190,000 origami Cranes sent from 9 countries, 5 Continents, and 46 of the United States, by loved ones left behind. Universally we are feeling the impact of this Pandemic and collectively such tremendous loss. As you experience these Memorial installations, you can scan a QR-code and listen to precious stories shared of loved ones lost by those left in grief, and view many of the names written on the ‘Wall of Remembrance’.
$10 each ticket
RAFFLE is drawn at the end of Susan Feldman’s Solo Exhibition at 6pm on the evening of the Closing Event August 21, 2022 4-6PM at Matter Studio Gallery 5080 west Pico Blvd. Tickets available for purchase at www.MatterStudioGallery and at www.MemorialCraneProject and Eventbrite.
The Memorial Crane Project's Mission is to commemorate lives lost to Covid-19 and to acknowledge the devastating impact this pandemic has had on our individual lives and our shared community.
New York Times
May 20, 2022
Share the names, the stories and precious memories of our loved ones lost to COVID-19
Each story will be featured in the MEMORIAL CRANE PROJECT: A Memorial Commemorating the Victims of COVID-19