Sarah Beth Oppenheim will immerse herself in the "Nature as Prototype" environment created by Yoko K., Adam Nelson, and Grethe Wittrock. Oppenheim will choreograph a site-specific dance in response that exposes the raw edges of the exhibit's making. December 19, 7:00 pm.
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"Nature as Prototype" aims to examine the role of nature and biology as a source of inspiration for art and design. The artists included in this exhibition—Adam Nelson, Yoko K. and Grethe Wittrock—will collaborate to create an immersive environment that explores the changing nature of our relationship to the natural world.
"Methods of Inquiry: Fields of Discovery" is a curated exhibition featuring 4 – 6 artists whose work is influenced by science. The show will run January 11 through March 3, 2018.
Nature as Prototype examines the role of nature and biology as a source of inspiration for art and design. MPA received an NEA grant for this exhibition. Open through Dec. 23.
Methods of Inquiry: Fields of Discovery is a curated exhibition featuring 4 – 6 artists whose work is influenced by science. Show opens January 11, 2018. (Pictured: Susan Main)
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