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Tarp Bloom (Kaka’ako)– new and re-purposed plastic tarps, rope, twine, and tent stakes, Sally Lundburg & Keith Tallett, (2014). Created at The Honolulu Museum of Art School for the Contact exhibition in April 2014. We see plastic tarps as a kind of leveler, used by many kind of people in many different ways. In urban environments, clusters of tarps may represent poverty and homelessness, however when seen elsewhere they might be sheltering valuable personal objects in the front yard, be fashioned into an affordable extension on a family home, or delineating a private space at the beachpark for family parties and weekend campouts. We are interested in these multiple uses and the resulting blurred lines inherent in the materials. More about CONTACT: www.aggroculture.org/contact-exhibition