MFA Public Sculpture Exhibition: What Use Are Flowers


May 4–October 1, 2019
Opening Celebration: 1–4 p.m. Saturday, May 4, 2019, front patio of Zimmerli Art Museum, 71 Hamilton Street

"What Use Are Flowers" is an exhibition of 11 outdoor scuptures made by MFA students displayed at the Voorhees Mall. Made over the course of the Spring semester as part of a graduate seminar lead by Patrick Strzelec and Ohad Meromi, these projects consider what it means to make a public artwork today and explore topics specific to the site itself, as well as broader topics dealing with public space such as: architecture, surveillance, and the Anthropocene. Learn more about Will Robinson's piece, The Conversation.

Enrique Figueredo
Iris Loughran
Will Robinson
Valerie Suter
Mariangela Ciccarello
Francesca Strada
Cherilyn Kurtz
Jonathan Santoro
Atisha Fordyce
Mike Caudo
Ruby Jackson
Leonid Hrytsak

Voorhees Mall, College Avenue Campus