Thursday, October 15, 2015
Yale News on an art space.

This year, the exhibition’s theme was “Dwellings,” inspired by an essay by German philosopher Martin Heidegger, entitled “Undwelling Thinking,” Stevens said, adding that the idea was to fill the otherwise unused space with art and “turn it into a dwelling.” “Our mandate is to activate art spaces, by which we mean activate underutilized spaces and transform them into cultural space,” Kauder explained.
Undweller's delight. Hide the empty places, with art spaces, art is always available, immediate and orderable, art's everywhere, so it's hard to care, throw your hands high in the air, shake your derriere, ya rockin to the beat without a care.
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