Wednesday, October 10, 2007

Mark Dion exhibit in Switzerland



Mark Dion applies his love of natural history to his art using taxonomy as a means of expression. This exhibition—curated by Françoise Cohen—organizes 120 of Dion’s works from the past fifteen years—including installations, drawings, and videos—into the five categories instituted by natural-history museums in the nineteenth century: earth science, entomology, archaeology, ornithology, and mammology.

SEEDAMM KULTURZENTRUM
PFÄFFIKON, SWITZERLAND
Through November 11

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