A Sneak Peak Into the ICA’s New Watershed Building in Eastie

The ICA Watershed is a new satellite spot on the Boston Harvard Shipyard. What used to be a formerly condemned building turned into a place to experience the arts.

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The outside view of the building at the shipyard.
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The outside view of the building at the shipyard.
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A short film about the history of the shipyard and East Boston told by people who reside in East Boston.
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The map of East Boston in 1806.
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Liza Voll Photography
The space of the Watershed of the Delphine and the Untitled Videowall (Buterflies).
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The inside view of the Watershed.
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The space of the Watershed with the art pieces, Day for Night One, Day Night Two, Day for Night Four, 2013.
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Liza Voll Photography
The inside view of the Watershed.
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Liza Voll Photography
A video installation with six LCD video wall displays, two 48-inch fluorescent light fixtures, and Lee filters displaying a monarch butterfly slowly flapping its wings.
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Day for Night One, Day Night Two, Day for Night Four, are single-channel videos made up of 9 LCD video wall displays. They depict subtle moving flowers and rain.
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Liza Voll Photography
A Runaway World, 2017 is made up with two-channel video installation with projectors and custom screens showing these elephants' lives on the verge of distinction.
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Liza Voll Photography
As Radical as Reality, 2017 is a two-channel video installation with projectors and custom screens, it displays Sudan, the last male white rhinoceros.
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The Teen Perspective: Portraits of East Boston are photographed by teens from the ICA's digital photography program. Their images presents the scenery, people and architecture of East Boston.
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