Leave the Freedom Trail to the tour buses, and venture over to a rarely visited but equally vital pocket of Boston: the Harbor Islands. Catch a ferry from the Institute of Contemporary Art to Georges Island where Office dA kicks off the ICA’s Art on the Harbor Islands program (through October 8), with its installation Voromuro, an undulating geometric structure made of translucent acrylic. The exhibit continues on Spectacle Island, Lovells Island, and along the Harborwalk, where artists Teri Rueb, Anna Schuleit, and Ernesto Pujol use interactive soundscapes (headphones provided), large-scale drawings, and sculpture to riff off the unique natural landscape.
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Published on Aug 15, 2007 as a web exclusive.