Doors open: 6:00pm
Sarah Oppenheimer's work blurs the boundaries between sculpture and architecture. Investigating human navigation of spaces, she identifies patterns of use and transforms these spaces through sculptural interventions to create new experiences. Her permanent projects include W-120301 (2012) at the Baltimore Museum of Art, and 610-3365 (2008) at the Mattress Factory. She is a Senior Critic at the Yale University School of Art.
Oppenheimer's permanent installation, pictured above, will be open before the lecture.
Directions: Parking available at 505 Jacksonia Street. Public transit from campus available on Bus 54 from Craig and Winthrop Streets to Arch Street and North Ave (runs every 20 minutes).