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Using an unrealized, maze-like exhibition proposed by Bauhaus designer Herbert Bayer in the 1930s as a starting point, this collaboration between American artist Liz Deschenes and Austrian artist Florian Pumhosl comprises just a few photos from the Art Institute's permanent collection, arranged on modified walls and refected by glass panels (created by Pumhosl) and photograms (Deschenes).
Read more about the exhibition on a special "Parcours" blog.