Professor Clara Bosak Schroeder is co-curating a new exhibition at Krannert Art Museum called “Hive,” combining two 18-foot-tall inflatable sculptures and an immersive sound installation. The project involves two artists collaborating for the first time by making an installation specifically for the space at KAM. Nancy Davidson’s sculptures in shades of pink are soft, bulbous and lit from within, providing a vivid contrast to the postmodern pavilion, designed by architect Larry Booth, with its glass panes and angular columns. Lakshmi Ramgopal’s soundscape is comprised of abstract vocalizations of breath: inhales, sighs and hums. Full story can be found here.