Andrea Crespo (b. 1993, Miami, lives and works in Brooklyn, New York) takes their own neurological embodiment as a point of inquiry as well as departure for their work in video, drawing, and sculpture.
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Gwenneth Boelens is concerned with processes of perception, memory, and time; throughout her work she aims to fix the traces of physical movement in space.
In her first US solo exhibition, Paris-based artist Charlotte Moth presents a group of recent works in sculpture, photography, and film. Throughout her work, she trains her gaze on the architectural spaces in which we live and the objects that surround us.
We’re pleased to welcome the newest piece of public art to MIT’s campus, SCIENTIA, a monumental bronze sculpture by artist Ursula von Rydingsvard. SCIENTIA is a gift commissioned by Lore Harp McGovern, co-founder of the McGovern Institute for Brain Research at MIT.