‘Stay in Touch’
April 1 - July 1| Free
“Stay in Touch,” a new public work by Ann Glazer, is a memorial to a time when an acquaintance’s phone number would be scribbled on a scrap of paper, a makeshift surface or the back of a hand. It is a bittersweet tribute to connections made, however fleeting, with the people that come and go through our lives.
The work consists of a 19-foot printed vinyl leaf on which a name and phone number has been hastily written in Sharpie. Attached to the outside gallery wall, it appears to have found a resting spot, blown there from somewhere else. It speaks to the chance nature of our interactions and the impact technology has had on how we stay connected.