Gallery Talk with Laura Knott, Curatorial Associate, Architecture and Design, MIT Museum.
The MIT Museum presents Wen-Ying Tsai's 1970 work Cybernetic Sculpture #301. Tsai was a Fellow at MIT's Center for Advanced Visual Studies (CAVS), where the work was created, from 1969-71. This sculpture is part of a small collection of historically important kinetic works created at CAVS and in the collection of the MIT Museum. The MIT Museum is also home to the ongoing exhibition, Arthur Ganson: Gestural Engineering, a well-loved display of his kinetic sculptures, which have been on view since 1995.
Photo: Wen-Ying Tsai, Cybernetic Sculpture Environment, Hayden Gallery, MIT, 1971. Collection MIT Museum
Sat, Apr 30 | 3pm
*see related exhibition: Wen-Ying Tsai: Cybernetic Sculpture #301 & Arthur Ganson: Gestural Engineering, ongoing