INCUBATOR SCULPTURE BY SONIA YACO INSTALLED IN SOCIAL JUSTICE CENTER
The Social Justice Center is pleased to announce that a sculpture by Madison Wisconsin artist Sonia Yaco has been installed and is on permanent display. The sculpture, If a Platypus Had a Dream What Would It Mean: The Evolution of Social Change, is intended to publicize the Center's Incubator facility.
Ms. Yaco makes interactive and mechanical sculptures using metal, newspaper
headlines, ceramics, textiles, piano parts, plastic, electronics, water and
As a computer scientist and political activist, Yaco has a fascination with geometric, conceptual and societal interrelations. Her art is an attempt to translate these patterns into sculpture. Sonia is a proud past member of Geeks for Garvey and owns Anlex Computer Consulting LLC.
About The Social Justice Center Incubator:
The Social Justice Center is a nonprofit office center cooperatively-owned by Madison Community Co-op, the Tenant Resource Center, Wisconsin Citizen Action Fund and Wisconsin Community Fund. The building houses the offices of the four founding organizations and the Incubator.
The Incubator, on the lower level, currently houses: Action Wisconsin, Coalition for Wisconsin Health, Gay Lesbian Straight Education Network, Madison Hours, New Harvest Foundation, Tellurian Peer Project, The East Timor Action Network, and Wisconsin Caregivers.
The Social Justice Center is located in the old Willy Street Co-op building at 1202 Williamson Street, Madison, Wisconsin.
CONTACT: Brenda Konkel
The Social Justice Center