chicago: without you i'm nothing

currently on at the museum of contemporary art chicago is without you i'm nothing - art and its audience, an exhibition that focuses on artists that engaged the presence of the audience in the conception, production, and presentation of their work. the foundation of such art was laid in the 1960s by artists such as carl andre and richard serra who created sculptures that weren't placed on a traditional pedestall, but instead claimed the entire space around them and altered the viewer's interaction with the artwork [on until may 1]. location: 220 east chicago avenue [near north side]. © museum of contemporary art chicago / andrea zittel - a-z cellular compartment communities #5 [2002]