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Afternoon Shift

Art exhibit uses found material to show the life of a community

South Shore artist Faheem Majeed's first solo museum exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art explores the relationship between people and the communities they live in. It features a room-sized installation and sculptural works made from the kinds of materials you might find in a neighborhood: particleboard to shutter windows, scrap metal, discarded signs. WBEZ’s Natalie Moore caught up with Faheem at the MCA and brings us this interview from inside one of his installations.

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