Caroline Woolard: Free, Libre, Open Source Systems and Art (FLOSSA)

Work by Caroline Woolard
Queer Rocker (2012–16), open source file, text, plywood, and hardware. photo / Martyna Szczesna
Work by Caroline Woolard
Queer Rocker (2012–16), open source file, text, plywood, and hardware. photo / Martyna Szczesna
Queer Rocker (2012–16), open source file, text, plywood, and hardware. photo / Martyna Szczesna Queer Rocker (2012–16), open source file, text, plywood, and hardware. photo / Martyna Szczesna

Free, Libre, Open Source Systems and Art (FLOSSA), an exhibition by artist and organizer Caroline Woolard, will occupy both galleries of Olive Tjaden Hall in a special one-week-long exhibition that transforms the gallery space into an active site of production, discourse, and exchange. Woolard created a series of large sculptural objects with Cornell students in March 2016 which will be on display for the exhibition. The cocreated sculptures will also be exhibited in September as part of a larger, campus-wide exhibition.

Sponsored by the Cornell Council for the Arts.