Response Wall
Edge Effects by Richard Meisinger

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Richard Meisinger (b. 1945), Edge Effects: Fence with Rooftop and Rectangular Chimney, 1993. Photographic print. Gift of the artist 2018-3-10
Richard Meisinger (b. 1945), Edge Effects: Fence with Rooftop and Rectangular Chimney, 1993. Photographic print. Gift of the artist 2018-3-10

Exhibition

On view
Mar 13, 2019 to May 19, 2019
Lower Level Lobby, Response Wall

Art responds to the world

You respond to the art

KAM responds to you

Richard Meisinger focuses on the boundaries of suburban neighborhoods in his series Edge Effects, a term used in ecology that refers to what happens when dissimilar things come into contact with each other at a border.

What are your thoughts about the “edge effects” between countries, neighborhoods, or elsewhere?

 

What else is on your mind?

Suggest the next issue to be addressed on the Response Wall. If you already have a work of art from KAM’s collection in mind, let us know, but we can also help you pick out something that relates to your idea. To find out how, visit Response Wall.

Selected by Anne Sautman and Jon Seydl

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