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Monument Lab Sundays : Emeka Ogboh feat. Ursula Rucker

Mural Arts Philadelphia
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Starting September 24, Emeka Ogboh’s Logan Squared sound installation will be on view on Sundays from 2–4:30 p.m. through November 19 at the Skyline Terrance at the Parkway Central Library.

Part of the citywide Monument Lab exhibition, Logan Squared is a monument to sound and collective memory, dedicated to voices of the people. Ogboh’s work incorporates poetry and music, braiding sounds together for an immersive experience.

*** Logan Squared will also be open on Wednesday, September 27 from 4–9 p.m., for a poetry event at Logan Square. FREE.


Reflect on history. Imagine the future. Change the present.
Monument Lab: A Public Art and History Project from Mural Arts Philadelphia and a team led by curators Paul M. Farber and Ken Lum, taking place citywide in fall 2017.

Visit monumentlab.muralarts.org for more information about this expansive, interactive project, coming to Philadelphia’s Center City squares and neighborhood parks in fall 2017.

Major support for Monument Lab projects staged in Philadelphia’s five squares has been provided by The Pew Center for Arts & Heritage.

An expanded artist roster and projects at five neighborhood sites have been made possible by a significant grant from the William Penn Foundation.

Lead corporate sponsor is Bank of America.
Additional support has been provided by Susanna Lachs & Dean Adler, CLAWS Foundation, Hummingbird Foundation, J2 Design, National Endowment for the Arts, Nick & Dee Adams Charitable Fund, Parkway Corporation, Relief Communications LLC, Tiffany Tavarez, Tuttleman Family Foundation, Joe & Renee Zuritsky, and 432 Kickstarter backers (full backer list available at monumentlab.muralarts.org). Support for Monument Lab‘s final publication provided by the Elizabeth Firestone Graham Foundation.
Additional support for THE TIMES has been provided by the Department of Behavioral Health and Intellectual disAbility Services.