Ross Elfline publishes article through the Walker Art Center

23 March 2020
Associate Professor of Art History, recently published an article through the Walker Art Center’s Living Collections Catalog. The essay, titled “Common Ground: Haus-Rucker-Co’s Food City I and Collaborative Design Practice,” focuses on a 1971 performance at the Walker for which the Viennese architecture group Haus-Rucker-Co fabricated a scale-model of the city of Minneapolis out of cake, tea sandwiches, and lemonade and invited residents of Minneapolis to devour their city.