“Could Be Loved”: New Installation at Rice University’s JuiceBOX Units

Posted by on Oct 11, 2017
“Could Be Loved”: New Installation at Rice University’s JuiceBOX Units

The JuiceBOX Units, which played host to the 2016 Biennial Fotofest events at Rice University, have now been converted into art installation spaces for use by students as well as local artists and activists. These unique, solar-powered spaces were designed to house innovative artwork such as Marina Zurkow’s “Dear Climate” project or Judy Natal‘s Another Storm is Coming (both part of the 2016 exhibit).

On October 27th, a new show is opening at the JuiceBOX, involving both a local artist and a Rice University Student. Read more below or check out their Facebook Event Page!


The Visual and Dramatic Arts (VADA) Department at Rice University is proud to sponsor ~”Could Be Loved”~

“Could Be Loved” is an exhibition of the cute and the crude. The exhibition features the work of local artist, Lindsea Varisco, alongside that of Rice student, Huidi Xiang. Both artists have been working with disparate ideas behind their sculptures while contributing to Houston’s avant-garde art scene.

The exhibition opens at 7pm on October 20th and will feature projections by local artists, S. Rodriguez, and beats from DJ E$.

Food and drinks will be provided along with beer donated by 8th Wonder for those 21+.

Look out for more info on the artists’ work in the coming week.

The JuiceBOX units are an experimental pop-up space designed to engage the public through its accessibility and sustainable design. **The units are located at the corner of Alumni Dr. and College Way in front of South Servery. Come support the arts not only at Rice, but also in our Houston community!