A new site-specific installation
Glass Curtain Gallery
Columbia College Chicago

Working with the physical space of the gallery, its myriad past and present uses, and its architecturally significant beginnings, Core presents an abstracted “core sample” of architect William LeBaron Jenney’s Ludington Building, disrupting conventional expectations of architecture. Viewer exploration will complete the work, revealing reflections of the building's past, from the vibration of printing presses to toothpaste and auto-parts.

Installation record here:

Developed in part at the Berwick Research Institute

Big, Red & Shiny article by Christian Holland here

Core, Liz Nofziger ©2007