Event Date: Friday, June 10, 2022 -through Sunday, September 4, 2022
Event Time: All day
On View: June 10 – September 4, 2022
When the Cracks Deepen shares Isaac Scott’s experience of living among decaying infrastructure of dilapidated buildings and his observation of protests against police brutality. Scott’s clay works mimic the texture of broken sidewalks, worn down buildings, and found materials and his photographs focus on intimate, close-up images of protesters.
Scott is a recent MFA graduate from Tyler School of Art and Architecture and his work has been shown in various galleries and publications around the country. His ceramic work has been exhibited at The Clay Studio in Philadelphia and at the 2019 National Conference for Education in the Ceramic Arts in Minneapolis. In 2020, Scott completed the Stay Golden mural with Mural Arts alongside collaborators Gerald A. Brown and Roberto Lugo located at 33rd and W. Diamond St. in Philadelphia, PA. His photographs of the Black Lives Matter protests in Philadelphia were featured in the New Yorker.
Upcoming Events with Isaac Scott:
Mosaic Workshop with the Da Vinci Art Alliance at Philadelphia’s Magic Gardens
City Hike with the Da Vinci Art Alliance
Take a virtual tour of “When the Cracks Deepen”
View the Exhibition Catalog