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    To Extremes: Public Art in a Changing World

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    April 20 - April 29, 2012


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    To Extremes: Public Art in a Changing World

    Nine artists and designers envision public artworks exploring extreme events and climate change, inspired by recent scientific findings. Winner Sam Jury will present her proposal to create a public display of otherworldly video works that would respond in real time to live extreme weather events.

    Exhibiting artists:
    Sam Jury (Winner) -- Dan Borelli (Honorable mention) -- Andrea Frank -- Kalman Gacs -- Sam Jacobson, Irina...

    Nine artists and designers envision public artworks exploring extreme events and climate change, inspired by recent scientific findings. Winner Sam Jury will present her proposal to create a public display of otherworldly video works that would respond in real time to live extreme weather events.

    Exhibiting artists:
    Sam Jury (Winner) -- Dan Borelli (Honorable mention) -- Andrea Frank -- Kalman Gacs -- Sam Jacobson, Irina Chernyakova, Nicole Goehring -- Bradford Johnson --Marcus Owens and Jack Becker -- Evelyn Rydz -- Gina Siepel

    RECEPTION
    Featuring exhibition winner Sam Jury
    Monday, April 23, 7-9pm
    RSVP at toextremes.org

    THIS IS A FREE EVENT. PLEASE RSVP TO ATTEND RECEPTION.


    Maseeh Hall, MIT

    305 Memorial Drive
    Cambridge, MA 02139

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    Admission Info:

    Free


    General Day and Time Info:

    8:00 am - 7:00 pm


    phone: 617 324 4975


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