“Artemis,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Artemis,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Champ,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Champ,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Apollo,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Apollo,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Emma Stone,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Emma Stone,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “CLAIRE'S LITTER BOX (MEOW),” granite and quartzite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“CLAIRE'S LITTER BOX (MEOW),” granite and quartzite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Slugzuki,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Slugzuki,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Presence,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Presence,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “My Head/Hand,” lapis lazuli, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“My Head/Hand,” lapis lazuli, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Jaded,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Jaded,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Bend,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Bend,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Roxbury,” onyx, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Roxbury,” onyx, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “MARVIN,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“MARVIN,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Venus + Mars,” travertine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Venus + Mars,” travertine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Bollywood,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Bollywood,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Free Spirit” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Free Spirit” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Running From My Problems,” granite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Running From My Problems,” granite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Viewer,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Viewer,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Untitled No. 1” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Untitled No. 1” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “concaving,” limestone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“concaving,” limestone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Four-Twenty-Two” travertine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Four-Twenty-Two” travertine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Netflix n’ Chill,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Netflix n’ Chill,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Swallow the moon,” lapis lazuli, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Swallow the moon,” lapis lazuli, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “MIRACLE,” soapstone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“MIRACLE,” soapstone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “SOUTH AMERICAN GREAT AGAIN,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“SOUTH AMERICAN GREAT AGAIN,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “OAK TREE,” onyx, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“OAK TREE,” onyx, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “The Purdy Girls,” soapstone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“The Purdy Girls,” soapstone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Untitled IV,” granite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Untitled IV,” granite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “World Peace,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“World Peace,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

  “Artemis,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Champ,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Apollo,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Emma Stone,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “CLAIRE'S LITTER BOX (MEOW),” granite and quartzite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Slugzuki,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Presence,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “My Head/Hand,” lapis lazuli, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Jaded,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Bend,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Roxbury,” onyx, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “MARVIN,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Venus + Mars,” travertine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Bollywood,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Free Spirit” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Running From My Problems,” granite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Viewer,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Untitled No. 1” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “concaving,” limestone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Four-Twenty-Two” travertine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Netflix n’ Chill,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Swallow the moon,” lapis lazuli, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “MIRACLE,” soapstone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “SOUTH AMERICAN GREAT AGAIN,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “OAK TREE,” onyx, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “The Purdy Girls,” soapstone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “Untitled IV,” granite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.
  “World Peace,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston   2018  JPG  During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Artemis,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Champ,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Apollo,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Emma Stone,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“CLAIRE'S LITTER BOX (MEOW),” granite and quartzite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Slugzuki,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Presence,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“My Head/Hand,” lapis lazuli, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Jaded,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Bend,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Roxbury,” onyx, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“MARVIN,” basalt, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Venus + Mars,” travertine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Bollywood,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Free Spirit” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Running From My Problems,” granite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Viewer,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Untitled No. 1” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“concaving,” limestone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Four-Twenty-Two” travertine, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Netflix n’ Chill,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Swallow the moon,” lapis lazuli, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“MIRACLE,” soapstone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“SOUTH AMERICAN GREAT AGAIN,” jade, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“OAK TREE,” onyx, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“The Purdy Girls,” soapstone, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“Untitled IV,” granite, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

“World Peace,” marble, Institute of Contemporary Art, Boston

2018

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During an installation at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, viewers were invited to imagine themselves as statues in the ICA’s permanent collection. Participants were photographed posing as a statue they felt represented themselves, created a name for their fictional statue, and selected a stone from which their statue would be made. Professional and amateur digital artists were commissioned to create renderings of the statues, which were superimposed on photos of the ICA’s permanent collection gallery space.

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