Internationally renowned artist Andrea Zittel speaks about her work and describes how her studio in the high desert of California serves both as a space for exploration and as a place for crafting and presenting objects, materials, and ideas. Zittel's sculptures and installations transform everything necessary for life such as eating, sleeping, bathing, and socializing into experiments in living.
This program is supported in part by the generous contributors to the Allen M. Turner Tribute Fund, honoring his past leadership as Chairman of the MCA Board of Trustees.
Copresented with Gallery 400, the College of Architecture and the Arts, University of Illinois at Chicago as part of the Voices Lecture Series
Recorded Monday, April 05, 2010 at Museum of Contemporary Art.
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