Students created renderings of "a buried house in Oak Cliff Gardens" as part of the Nasher XChange Opening Day on Saturday, October 19.
The Nasher Sculpture Center is unveiling 10 public sculptures placed throughout the city of Dallas.
The museum is marking its 10th anniversary this year by commissioning the works. The exhibition of sculptures, called "Nasher XChange," is being unveiled Saturday. The works will be on display through Feb. 16.
The works range from New York-based artist Ugo Rondinone's multicolored pier extending into Fish Trap Lake to Dallas-based artist Vicki Meek's series of markers on the Paul Quinn College campus commemorating people and events.
For her project, Netherlands-based artist Lara Almarcegui is burying debris from a demolished house on the property where it once stood.
The Nasher Sculpture Center, located in the Dallas Arts District in downtown, showcases collection of the late real estate developer Raymond Nasher and his late wife Patsy.