In a commissioned ICA/Vita Brevis project, longtime collaborators Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla inspire public dialogue on freedom of speech by placing monumental segments of chalk on pedestrian walkways in the Boston Common. — 2005/EXHIBITIONS
On two LED screens mounted on the Northern Avenue Bridge adjacent to the new ICA, life-size animations by Julian Opie depict the gait of characters Suzanne and Julian as they walk continuously, day and night. —
Jennifer Allora and Guillermo Calzadilla, Chalk, ICA/Vita Brevis Project, 2004.
A brief history of the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, from 1936 to 2011.