Now on show at the Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, "The Sympathetic Imagination," by American artist Diana Thater is an exhibition that allows visitors to immerse themselves in a series of still and video images. By projecting images on the floors and walls, Thater aims to blend art, architecture, technology, and natural science together with the relationship humans hold with the environment.

The exhibit incorporates diverse subject matters such as "the calm colorful environment of Monet's Giverny garden in France where Thater was an artist in residence, to underwater scenes with researchers and a pod of dolphins or to Chernobyl..." says an article on the Chicago Tribune. Visitors are encouraged to walk through the space and interact, with the digital projections. The exhibition will remain open to the public until Jan. 8, 2017.

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