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DIAMOND STINGILY
Life In My Pocket

ICA Miami

May 17 – October 14, 2018

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Working across mediums, with a concentration in sculpture and video as well as prose and poetry, New York-based artist Diamond Stingily draws on personal and collective memory in order to examine the condition of American identity today. Through her iconic use of found materials such as wood doors, chains, and synthetic hair associated with her childhood memories and experiences, Stingily imbues the readymade with political and personal urgency.

For her installation at ICA Miami, Stingily will create a new installation inspired by the form of the labyrinth. Exploring both personal and collective memories of black girlhood, the labyrinth reflectsStingily’s poignant, referential found objects and architectural forms, which she compares with political and cultural threat.

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CREDITS
PhotoS by Fredrik Nilsen Studio

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