The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston is a destination for some of the world's most incredible art. This summer, some of its galleries will become go-to places for immersive experiences as well. That's when “William Forsythe's: Choreographic Objects” takes over the museum's Cullen Hall and adjacent galleries, providing visitors the opportunity to be enveloped by art. Continuing through September 15, the summer show includes a full range of art, from an immersive installation to a single object designed to be held. “Choreographic Objects” as an exhibit looks at the way we connect with one another, as well as exploring the concepts of space and time, and how we move through and relate to them.
Source: Culture Map Houston