Bernard Williams’ projects investigate the complexities of American history and culture through painting, sculpture, and installation. This sculpture is an open-ended conversation about the African-American history of Indianapolis: a “talking wall” in which elements speak both to each other and to the viewer. When visiting the sculpture, viewers both literally and figuratively walk in the shadows of heroic ancestors and cultural icons.
The patterns are derived from traditional African
Date created: 2015
550 N. Blackford Street, Indianapolis, IN, 46202
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