3. Closed Worlds at Storefront for Art and Architecture
Self-sustaining physical environments, though always a utopian goal of architecture, takes on particular meaning today as discussions about global warming and sustainability have come to the forefront. The exhibit, Closed Worlds, at the always interesting Storefront for Art & Architecture explores 41 historical living prototypes of closed environments. Also on view will be the 2015 winner of the Closed Worlds Design Competition, entitled Some World Games, which is a virtual reality ecosystem.
Closed Worlds is located at Storefront for Art and Architecture, 97 Kenmore Street, and will be on view through April 9, 2016.