Acclaimed for her unique blend of high- and low-tech materials, Julianne Swartz makes the presence of the viewer fundamental to her work. Her architecturally sensitive installations employ lenses that transform mundane objects and hidden locations into magical moving pictures; mirrors that disorient a viewer's spatial perception and self-awareness; and PVC tubing that allows buildings to communicate with their inhabitants. How Deep Is Your features Swartz's work in photography, sculpture, installation, and sound and gathers together for the first time a significant group of her large-scale installations — reconceived for the McCormack Forefront Galleries as well as other select areas scattered throughout the IMA.


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