Tampa, Florida.- The University of South Florida Contemporary Art Museum is pleased to present “Mark Dion: Troubleshooting” on view through March 3rd. For decades, Mark Dion has created drawings, prints, cabinets of curiosity, archaeological digs, and sprawling installations about the discrepancy between perceived knowledge and scientific inquiry, between common perception and advanced research. His works have addressed famous intellectuals in history, such as William Bartram, as well as important social and environmental sites, most recently the fragile Florida Everglades. “Mark Dion: Troubleshooting” is a focused survey of his most ecologically-themed works. Organized by the USF Contemporary Art Museum.