Making Being Here Enough — Art and Architecture during a pandemic

Bohlin Cywinski Jacksonv, July 24, 2020

"While we continue to spend much of our time at home, often in isolation, relying on virtual connection and experiences, we need reminders of our physicality as human bodies. For the opening event of Making Being Here Enough, Carissa, Bohlin Cywinski Jackson, and the Eleanor Harwood Gallery provided physical props as part of the virtual experience: Google Cardboard viewers to allow guests to experience the space in virtual reality, paper fan to generate a gentle breeze at a specific point in the guided tour, tea representing flavor, warmth, and joy to be shared collectively during the question and answer period. There was even live music to envelop attendees and stimulate the senses."