Quilt-like panels cover new University of Michigan Museum of Art outdoor installation 

If you’re wondering why the exterior of the University of Michigan Museum of Art looks different these days, it’s the work of staff at the university’s Institute for the Humanities, who have stitched together hundreds of large jute sacks under the direction of artist-in-residence Ibrahim Mahama.

The massive, quilt-like panels have been used to cover 4,452 square feet of the exterior of the museum to create an architectural intervention Mahama is known for.

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Source: Quilt-like panels cover new University of Michigan Museum of Art outdoor installation – mlive.com

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