Learn more about the Arts Initiative’s interdisciplinary study of time during this three-part program that includes: a focus tour featuring the site-responsive sculpture Temporal Shift by artist Alyson Shotz, a visit to the archive with curator Pamela Ruggio who will share drawings, models, photographs, and videos that provide insight into the Foundation’s process-focused approach, and an option to continue the conversation over lunch in the Commons, where seasonal meals are available for purchase.
Walking shoes are recommended.
Alyson Shotz, Temporal Shift (installation view from the SANAA-designed River building at Grace Farms in New Canaan), 2021. Mirror polish stainless steel. 14’ (h) x 8.8’ (w) x 1.5” (d). Commissioned by Grace Farms Foundation as part of the Arts Initiative’s interdisciplinary study of time. Courtesy of the artist and Derek Eller Gallery, New York. For more information about how the materials for this sculpture were sourced visit: designforfreedom.org.