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Stretching the limits of Vision & Sound: Elastic Arts Foundation


Elastic Arts Foundation has made a home in various parts of Chicago.  Their latest location in Logan Square has served as a venue for every genre of music imaginable–whether its the music they make or welcoming in other musicians.  Their current space has also allowed the founders of Elastic, Samuel Lewis and Paul Giallorenzo, to open their doors to displaying the work of local and national visual artists.  The following is a selection from the interview Sixty had with Paul and Sam.

Elastic Arts Foundation from Tempestt Hazel on Vimeo.

Music by Tall Black Guy Productions.

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4 Responses to " Stretching the limits of Vision & Sound: Elastic Arts Foundation "

  1. This interview is great, can’t wait to see Susan’s with my work. Peace

  2. Thanks for sharing, I like this blog!

  3. Louisa says:

    Greetings, do you have a Twitter page that I may follow? Thanks

    • Tempestt Hazel says:

      Yes, you can follow us @fromthecenter. Thanks for reading and following! We’re on Facebook also as SIFC Chicago.

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