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  • Installation: 'Modern by Design'

    At Atlanta's High Museum, a robot named Abby constructs a console table using metal blocks. Through Aug. 21.

  • Installation: 'Theatre for One'

    For the ultimate one-on-one performance, check out architecture firm Lot-Ek's theater built for one audience member and actor.

  • Installation: 'Frederick Fisher: The Circle and the Square'

    Architect Frederick Fisher builds a circular wall around his 10-year-old building, the Otis College of Art and Design; June 25 to Sept. 1.

  • Installation: "FAST Light"

    MIT's 150th architecture and art installation festival culminates May 7–8, with a series of light-up site-specific innovations along the Charles River, including ones by Nader Tehrani, Sheila Kennedy, and Meejin Yoon.