June 4, 2014
Artist Matthew Hinçman is pleased to announce the installation of STILL, 2014. This site-specific sculpture depicts a cast-away hoodie sweatshirt lying on the ground, referencing the tragic killing of Trayvon Martin in Sanford, Florida, in 2012. Affixed to an abandoned lamp-post base in the shadow of the 1871 West Roxbury Civil War Soldier’s Monument, in Boston’s Jamaica Plain neighborhood, STILL aims to provoke reflection on the legacy of racism, power, and privilege in the United States.
The sculpture’s location can be found on Google Maps here.
Radio interview on Canadian Broadcasting Corp.
As It Happens, June 23, 2014
Thank you to my wife Elena and daughter Sienna for their support, and also to the rest of my family.
Thank you also to:
The Massachusetts College of Art and Design
Erica Moody and Magma Metalworks
Marjee Levine and New England Sculpture Service
Benjamin Todd and Stonybrook Fine Arts in Jamaica Plain
Beth Perry, Engraver
Laura Foner and David Weinstein
S&T Precision Plate Cutting
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