The lines between art and architecture are further blurred when artist Mark Dion meets up with architect and designer David Rockwell (of Rockwell Group). Presented in partnership with the Museum of Contemporary Art.
Dion is known for his installations that explore how we impose order into our understanding of nature and the world around us. Rockwell's designs are installations in themselves, drawing deep connections to theater and set-design. With noted architectural commentator and moderator Reed Kroloff, these two highly regarded practitioners discuss the issues and inspirations fueling their work and how they defy the disciplines of art and architecture.
- Ticketing for this program is being handled through MCA Chicago. Please contact the MCA Box office at (312) 397.4010 with any questions.
- Discount tickets are available with a valid student ID for $6 at the MCA Box Office, 220 E. Chicago Ave.
- CAF members: enter code CAF17 at checkout to receive your discount.
From left to right: Mark Dion, artist, Den and Vivarium installations; David Rockwell, FAIA, founder and President of Rockwell Group; Reed Kroloff, Senior Advisor for Programs and Industry Collaboration, CAF
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