In Memoriam - is built into a 40x60 canvas, with one thousand ribbons inserted through slits in the canvas. Each cut was made using a scalpel. The ribbons are otherwise not attached to the canvas. Jonah engineered a system which generates random movement behind the work. This is meant to surprise the audience and quickly grab their attention. Over time, however, the audience gets attenuated to the sound and it becomes less interesting. This shift in the audience's experience parallels our social response to hearing about and death during the pandemic. The ribbons themselves are meant to fall out of the canvas. Over time the piece itself is meant to decay and die. This is Jonah's memorial to the more than 1.1 million Americans who have died from Covid-19.