Curator-led Tour of Lived Space

June 28, 2018, 12—1 pm

“Space that has been seized upon by the imagination cannot remain indifferent space,” wrote philosopher Gaston Bachelard in 1957. “It has been lived in, not in its positivity, but with all the partiality of the imagination.”

Join Curatorial Assistant Scout Hutchinson for a look at how the complex relationship between humans and architecture sparked the imaginations of the artists featured in Lived Space.

Free with admission or membership; registration required.

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Image: Kahn/Selesnick, The New City of Salt, 2001, archival digital print, 3/5, 9 x 37 inches, Museum Purchase, Courtesy of the artists

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