Anne Rorimer has served as curator of contemporary art at Albright Knox Gallery in Buffalo, NY and the Art Institute of Chicago. She wrote New Art in the 60s and 70s: Redefining Reality (2001) and most recently wrote Michael Asher Kunsthalle Bern 1992 (2012). The latter is an in-depth exploration of Michael Asher's 1992 installation in which he moved all of the building's radiators into the entry-way gallery, rerouting them with steel pipes to keep the hot water moving. Asher was a conceptual artist that was one of the founding fathers of site-specific work.
NEXT EVENT: Thursday April 2
2:30 a.m.-4 a.m.
Grant Street Studios, Downtown Phoenix campus