Ricci Albenda. Tesseract. 2001. Installation view. Wallboard, gatorboard, fiberglass, aluminum, paint, and light, 25 × 30 × 10′ (762 × 914.4 × 304.8 cm) (approx.). Courtesy Andrew Kreps Gallery, New York

This New York artist transforms an area of the Museum’s lower level into a series of environments that play with our spatial perceptions in subtly different ways. Designed using three-dimensional computer-imaging technology, Albenda’s creations reflect the artist’s interests in architecture, graphic design, and physics.

Organized by Laura Hoptman, Assistant Curator, Department of Drawings. The Projects series is sponsored by Peter Norton.

Installation views

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