In Situ: Place, Meaning, and Identity in America at OSU Museum of Art
Do we change the land, or does the land change us? In Situ explores the reciprocal relationship between place and identity by bringing together artworks from the OSU Museum of Art’s permanent collection. Taken from the Latin phrase meaning "in the original place," In Situ displays images of a changing American landscape and considers how its meaning shifts over time as we pass through, colonize, live in, develop, and observe the land. (Curated by OSU professor Karen Greenwalt's ART 5813 students.)
OSU Museum of Art hours: Tuesday-Saturday, 11 a.m.-4 p.m.
Admission is ALWAYS FREE!