Ethan Hayes-Chute’s installations, sculptures, drawings, text pieces, and performances explore ideas of self-sufficiency and self-preservation as alternative models for living.
The MIT List Visual Arts Center is pleased to present the Student Loan Art Program Exhibition and Lottery, an annual exhibition that features over 600 original works of art, primarily prints and photographs drawn from the List’s Student Loan Art Collection.
We’re pleased to announce two newly completed works by Leo Villareal and Antony Gormley have been added to MIT’s Campus Public Art Collection.
Edgar Arceneaux’s work in installation, sculpture, drawing, photography, and video, draws inspiration from a wide-ranging set of sources: American history, astronomy, science-fiction, architecture, music, and movies. His solo exhibition at the List Center presents three major, interlocking projects that reflect on history and remembrance, and consider how specific national, cultural narratives change over time.