How do you inhabit the world through a line on paper? Columbian artist Mateo López’s multi-disciplinary installation at the Drawing Center takes a stab at solving this vexing problem. Trained as an architect, López uses drawings, video, performance, and architecture to engage the human body in space. In conjunction with accompanying video work, and leaning heavily on Bauhaus conceptualist Oskar Schlemmer’s Triadic Ballet, López engaged choreographer and dancer Lee Serle in a performance that takes over several architectural spaces and objects. The result is a piece of choreographed geometry that highlights the limitations and challenges of the human body in relation to its surroundings. Through March 19.