The 45th City is a project conceived by Jonathan Hanahan exploring ways of representing news through physical models, suggesting their underlying architecture as sites of framing the way we experience the world. Using readily available online tools, a series of sculptures and digital representations will be made which correspond to parallel various news sources.
Opening in the entry gallery is Strange Mess, a solo exhibition with Chicago-based artist Jeffrey Michael Austin presented in partnership with ACRE.
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