Sonia Boyce, ‘Good Morning Freedom’, 2013, Iniva

'Good Morning Freedom' was created especially as part of Sonia Boyce's solo show 'Scat' held at INIVA in 2013 and developed through archive materials from The Devotional Collection. Boyce has sampled the 1970's hit ‘Good Morning Freedom'; an uplifting song that reached number 10 in the UK singles charts in 1970. Performed by the band Blue Mink, it features the vocals of Madeline Bell, a US session singer who settled in the UK having started out singing gospel in the United States.

The vibrant print communicates the spirit and effervescence of the song. Recognised as an important artist for her generation, Sonia Boyce only occasionally produces limited edition prints and as such this is a rare opportunity to own one of her works.

Signature: The artist has signed all editions by hand on the reverse of each print.

'Good Morning Freedom' was produced for INIVA by Sonia Boyce to coincide with her solo exhibition "Scat" which was held at INIVA in 2013.

About Sonia Boyce

British, b. 1962, United Kingdom, based in London, United Kingdom