Katharina Grosse, well known for her large-scale, on-site paintings, is one of the most important artists of her generation. Since the late 1990s, she has sprayed prismatic swaths of color onto architectural structures, objects, and landscapes, eroding the distinction between two and three dimensions to create immersive visual experiences.
On the occasion of “Mural: Jackson Pollock | Katharina Grosse," join us to hear Grosse discuss her work to date—including her newly commissioned painting for the exhibition—in conversation with MIT’s Caroline A. Jones.
Katharina Grosse, artist
Caroline Jones, professor, History, Theory, and Criticism section, Department of Architecture at MIT