Debra Scacco’s The Narrows in 2-Times 2.8.18

2-TIMES  Art
Debra Scacco,
The Narrows
@ Klowden Mann

‘Examining the  liminal space of the immigrant journey, in which the future of the individual confronts the  reality of politics  and power…

A project derived  directly from  stories of  Ellis Island: 

‘The Narrows’ refers to the thin stretch of water linking Brooklyn and Staten Island; now connected by the Verrazano Bridge, this small waterway is one of the most significant gateways in American history.

Scacco draws a direct line between past and present. There is endless wisdom in our history, but we first must recognize the erasures and falsehoods within the dominant narrative.

The exhibition: 

Is the Los Angeles-based artist’s second solo with Klowden Mann, comprising a series of sculptural drawings formed from engraved glass, mirror and teak; a spatial installation of thread and wood; and a projected film work.

2-TIMES highlights:
Roma 1920, 2017
· Architecture of Separation, 2018

On view at:
Klowden Mann

6023 Washington Blvd,
Culver City, CA 90232,
United States.

February 17, 2018.

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