Exhibition at Ewing Gallery: Public Interiority
“Public Interiority” opens Tuesday, January 17 at 10am at the Ewing Gallery in the A+A Building.
This exhibition prompts designers and artists to address the intersections between experience-based interiority and the city. Exhibited works include representations of atmospheres, politics, architectural forms, experiences, and psychologies that help us see outside places as if they were inside places. This idea of the public interior expands interiority beyond the simple enclosure and asserts an equal claim on urbanity and the commons. The exhibit explores human-scaled, adaptable, and phenomenologically-driven spaces. This exhibition was organized by Liz Teston and Hojung Kim in the College of Architecture and Design. For more information about the works on display, visit @publicinteriority_utk. “Public Interiority” will be on display through February 18.
Click the link below to read a story about a piece in the exhibition produced by area high school students from Central High School. The UT School of Art is excited to have their participation in the show!