« Back to article: Rice University's new Moody Center lets the light in for art, performances, and creative collaboration

Moody Center-Northwest Corner
The Moody Center for the Arts at Rice University. Photo by Nash Baker
Moody Center-Olafur Eliasson
Creating the lamps for Green light – An artistic workshop in Moody's central gallery, performance, and event space. Photo by Nash Baker
Moody Center-teamLab
The installation, Flowers and People, Cannot be Controlled but Live Together –A Whole Year per Hour by teamLab on view in the Moody’s Media Arts Gallery. Photo by Nash Baker
Rice Moody Center: Thomas Struth
Inside the Moody's Brown Foundation Gallery for Thomas Struth's Nature & Politics exhibition.  Installation photo by Nash Baker
Moody Center-stairway
Even the stairs offer room to collaborate or maybe take a nap.  Photo by Nash Baker
Moody Center-Olafur Eliasson
Asylum seekers, refugees and economic migrants were invited to  participate in constructing the modular green lamps designed by Eliasson for Green light – An artistic workshop. Photo by Nash Baker
Moody Center-interior from above
 Looking down on the creative open studio at the Moody Center. Photo by Nash Baker