X, Y + Z: Dimensions in Sculpture is an exhibition of contemporary works of art, highlighting a variety of three-dimensional pieces. By definition, sculpture is a freestanding work of art created either with additive or reductive methods and can be made in a variety of media. The works featured in this show are sculptural, but anchored to the wall rather than the floor. The works’ dimensionality shows off various processes and materials that engage the audiences by jumping from the wall and into the gallery. These works enter the viewer’s space, asking them to interact with the work in a manner different from traditional painting or sculpture. The exhibition features work from the Museum’s Permanent Collection and private local collections.
Open daily 11am–6pm. Late-night Thursdays until 9pm; closed Tuesdays. Overall capacity is limited to allow for safe social distancing. Pre-purchased online ticket are encouraged for a contactless experience; walk-in tickets are also available. Tickets are non-refundable.