The immersive art installation runs through Feb. 25 at Current Studio.
The exhibit is part of an international series of art shows.
“We wanted to come up with a model that could potentially be replicable in other schools as well as something that is sustainable for the long-term,” Karper said. “It is an opportunity for artists, but it also benefits students.”
“My husband doesn’t understand the relationship,” she said. “But she’s free. She can come and go as she likes. I respect her.”