Messages of Remembrances by Mitchell GaudetMessages of Remembrances by Mitchell GaudetLocated in the Louisiana State Museum, The Presbytere, New Orleans. The bottles represent the death toll of Katrina victims. The hands (zoom in to see the green glass hands) represent the hands of the rescuers reaching into the waters. This places the viewer in the place of the rescued (and not rescued) persons in the flood. This piece is located in the entrance of the museum on the ground floor. There is a poem entitled “We Remember Them” in each bottle. The entire floor documents Katrina. shot with iphone 5c
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Created 10-Jun-14
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Category:Travel and Places
Subcategory:North America
Subcategory Detail:United States of America
Keywords:new orleans, new orleans museum of art, treme, noma