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Spoke Exit Interview: Part II

Spoke Exit Interview: Part II
Kristin Mariani. A Sample of Making, 2009. Spoke, Chicago, IL. (Photo courtesy of Spoke) Spoke, a mixed project and studio space in the West Loop closed its doors in August after hosting over forty artist projects, events, experiments, and residencies in its nearly three years of programming. What always struck me about Spoke was how public its programming was. Once while wandering around their building... 

Spoke Exit Interview: Part I

Spoke Exit Interview: Part I
Kristin Mariani. A Sample of Making, 2009. Spoke, Chicago, IL. (Photo courtesy of Spoke) Spoke, a mixed project and studio space in the West Loop closed its doors in August after hosting over forty artist projects, events, experiments, and residencies in its nearly three years of programming. What always struck me about Spoke was how public its programming was. Once while wandering around their building... 

Week Ends, Art Begins || May 13th – May 15th

Week Ends, Art Begins || May 13th - May 15th
As usual, there is plenty of art for you to see this weekend. ┬áHere are some of the things that we will be seeing this weekend. FRIDAY || May 13, 2011 The Cape Project In The Cape Project, photographer Saundra Karol asks women and girls to search inside themselves and find the superheroes within. Friday’s opening will feature two participation times where guests will be invited to pose for... 

“Frontispiece // The Uncanny Imagination”: An Interview with Becket Flannery and Grant Ray, PART II

After wandering through Pilsen, Becket Flannery and I returned to ACRE Projects, where Grant Ray had finished hanging his work for The Uncanny Imagination. As Becket installed his collages for Frontispiece, Grant explained to me his interest in using the photographic medium as a means of documentation, of using scientific processes to present seemingly mundane information and consequently create a... 
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