Featured is documentation of the photographic sound-based installation "Madre de Dios" on view at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Boston, MA. The installation is comprised of three large scale light boxes, each featuring a long exposure of between 4-7 minutes made in the Peruvian Amazon. As one light box gradually illuminates, sound recorded simultaneously at that same site and for the same time period begins to fill the room. At the end of each exposure's duration, both image and sound fade to dark before the next light box illuminates. For more information visit: icaboston.org/exhibitions/exhibit/foster-prize-10/johnson/

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