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Nasher XChange Exhibition
Through Sunday, February 16, 2014
Presented by Nasher Sculpture Center
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, the Nasher Sculpture Center presents Nasher XChange, a dynamic public art exhibition consisting of 10 newly-commissioned public sculptures by contemporary artists at 10 sites throughout the city of Dallas from Oct. 19, 2013 to Feb. 16, 2014.
Click here for a digital guide to each of the displayed works.
Lara Almarcegui (Rotterdam, Netherlands): Buried House, Southeast Dallas
Almarcegui will take the remains of a demolished house and bury the remains in the same spot underground. Located in the Oak Cliff Gardens neighborhood in East Oak Cliff.
Good/Bad Art Collective (Denton, Texas): Curtains, Bryan Tower 14th Floor,
Curtains will be part one-night-event, part exhibition, and part television broadcast. Attendees of the one-night opening event will have the opportunity to be part of an infomercial that will be broadcast on local, regional, and national markets.
Rachel Harrison (New York, New York): Moore to the point, Dallas City Hall, Downtown Dallas
Harrison will create a giant arrow form located next to the Henry Moore sculpture outside of Dallas City Hall.
Alfredo Jaar (New York, New York): Music (Everything I know I learned the day my son was born), Nasher
Sculpture Center, Downtown Dallas Arts District
A symphony of crying babies comprise the sound installation at the Nasher pavilion.
Liz Larner (Los Angeles, California): X, University of Texas at Dallas, Far North Dallas
Larner will create a mirror-polished stainless steel sculpture – shaped like an "x". The sculpture will be installed at the Edith O'Donnell Arts and Technology Building, on the campus of The University of Texas at Dallas.
Charles Long (Los Angeles, California): Fountainhead, NorthPark Center, Near North Dallas
A fully working electronic fountain that uses virtual water and money installed where it all began for the museum, NorthPark Center.
Rick Lowe (Houston, Texas): Trans.lation, Vickery Meadow, East Dallas
Lowe's art project will help activate the Vickery Meadow area that will culminate in a series of open markets.
Vicki Meek (Dallas, Texas): Black & Blue, Cultural Oasis in the Hills, Paul Quinn College,
Meek's series of works will highlight the historical legacy of Bishop College in South Dallas.
Ruben Ochoa (Los Angeles, California): Flock in Space, Trinity River Audubon Center, South Dallas
A flock of birds are re-imagined in concrete and steel structures.
Ugo Rondinone (New York, New York): dear sunset, Fish Trap Lake, West Dallas
Vividly painted wooden pier overlooking a lake owned by the Dallas Housing Authority.
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