Jolivert says the project "really relates to architecture" because "it's about the experience of being in a space" and exploring the way it looks and feels and how people interact with it.
But it's also one of those rarities in art: something you're supposed to touch, squeeze, climb into. How could you miss out on that?
"Co-Habitation" is on display in the Bayard Ewing Building lobby, 231 South Main Street, Providence, until February 26. There will be a closing reception February 25 as part of RISD's undergraduate open studios.
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