A former campus landmark with a short shelf life is the focus of an exhibition on view through Nov. 12 at I space, the College of Fine and Applied Arts' Chicago gallery. "Modern Tragedy: An Exhibition of Paul Rudolph's Christian Science Student Center" focuses on the building once located at the corner of Fourth Street at Gregory Drive in Champaign. Designed by Rudolph, an internationally known architect and former recipient of the UI's Plym Distinguished Professorship in Architecture, the building attracted considerable national attention to Urbana-Champaign when it was constructed in 1965. Twenty years later, the landmark was demolished. The exhibition, which includes 20 panels, a large-scale model and selected building remnants, visually describes the design, philosophy and ultimate demise of building historically considered to be a spiritual icon. I space is located at 230 W. Superior St., Chicago. Gallery hours are 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.