Intersections – The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry Celebrates its 30th Anniversary

It's a cliche that turning 30 is accompanied by soul searching and pensive questions about the future. That might be true for a young adult, but what about a media lab: what happens when a multidisciplinary lab enters its third decade and begins barrelling towards middle age? The Frank-Ratchye STUDIO for Creative Inquiry at Carnegie Mellon University just broached this temporal milestone with Intersections, a sprawling group exhibition that showcases work created in (or facilitated by) the lab and also maps out its rich history. CAN was in Pittsburgh to toast the anniversary this past October, and received a guided tour of the show from studio director Golan Levin.

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