Half Moon, 2016A new work by Abigail DeVille utilizes found materials and simultaneously bears witness to and transforms public neglect, decay, and marginalization. Resonating with the site's historic role as ferry slip and landfill, as well as its new position in a post-industrial neighborhood, the sculpture will address issues of migration and immigration.
Image Credit: Abigail DeVille, Half Moon, 2016. Installation view. Courtesy of Nate Dorr.
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