Astonishing ‘Bone Black’ Installation Metaphorically Depicts Detroit’s Once Roaring Economy With Forsaken Boats Slathered In Industrial Pigment And Dangling From Beams Of A Blighted Building

Scott Hocking “Bone Black” abandoned boats “bone black” paint pigment Natasha Gural Scott Hocking throws wide the doors to a leviathan abandoned building, once used to assemble cranes, exposing his Bone Black art installation to a group of fellow artists and journalists in Detroit for a preview of Cranbrook Art Museum’s Landlord Colors: On Art, Economy, and Materiality, and its extension into the city of Detroit.

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