"Aberration," a new site-specific installation by Jamie Owens ’13 and current student Claire Victoria, is the fourth installment of the annual MCAD@MIA program.
This year, the students' pixelated color abstraction compositions—printed onto plastic cling film and applied directly onto the museum windows—mirror the architecture of the Minneapolis College of Art and Design and the Whittier neighborhood. While commenting on issues of architectural perspective and geometric volumes, they will also draw attention to the marble floors and wide hallways as sunlight shines through, making dramatic changes during the day and seasons.
MCAD@MIA is an ongoing partnership between the Minneapolis Institute of Arts and MCAD. The goal of this juried collaboration is to encourage art students to create new and innovative work that responds to the architecture, space, and/or collections of the museum.
Thursday, March 20, 6:00–8:00 p.m.
Minneapolis Institute of Art
Third floor atrium of the Target wing