Pathways to Freedom Exhibit
Pathways to Freedom is a JArts public art project by internationally-acclaimed social sculptor Julia Vogl that will be installed on the Boston Common. Inspired by the universal themes of the Passover Exodus story, the project will engage a broad multi-cultural audience from across the city in a community-wide dialogue around freedom and immigration.
Julia’s artwork will reflect the hundreds of conversations she will have in the Greater Boston area, asking people from all backgrounds about their journeys to freedom. Drawing inspiration from these stories, and the symbolism within a Passover seder, Vogl will create a larger than life visual representation around the Boston Common Parkman Bandstand. The installation will be on display from April 25th – May 2nd of 2018, during Boston Art Week (beginning April 27).
Read more about this project on the JArts Blog:
About Julia Vogl
London-based artist Julia Vogl’s social sculptures incorporate public engagement, architectural interventions and color. She creates experiences and memories for the viewer, prompting discourse while creating aesthetically rich works. Inspired by the community where the work is sited, Vogl creates works that reveal underlying cultural values, reflecting individual and collective input. www.juliavogl.com
Parkman Bandstand @ The Boston Common
Boston, MA 02108