Hales is delighted announce the participation of Ebony G. Patterson in the group show Revival: Materials and Monumental Forms, opening at the ICA Watershed, Boston, on 26th May 2022.
The ICA Watershed presents Revival: Materials and Monumental Forms, an exhibition of large-scale installations by six international artists who reclaim and reuse industrial and everyday materials. Inspired by the Watershed building's mixed-use history-built in the 1930s as a copper pipe and sheet metal manufacturing plant and serving since 2018 as a free site for contemporary art-this exhibition highlights how artists have derived inspiration from industry, labor, and the poetic and political power of found goods.
Participating artists include El Anatsui (b. 1944, Anyako, Ghana), Madeline Hollander (b. 1986, Los Angeles), Ibrahim Mahama (b. 1987, Tamale, Ghana), Karyn Olivier (b. 1968, Port of Spain, Trinidad and Tobago), Ebony G. Patterson (b. 1981, Kingston, Jamaica), and Joe Wardwell (b. 1972, Chapel Hill, NC). Making visible the often invisible forces that shape human experiences, these artists reflect on the systems of industry, nature, and society in monumental artworks.
Ebony G. Patterson
Revival: Materials and Monumental Forms
256 Marginal St
26 May - 5 September 2022