Daily Archives : September 16, 2014

Poets Featured

Once Upon a Lately – A Poet’s Story

A look into the past and present history of Chicago’s poetry scene.

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Bughouse Featured

Soapboxes and Mayflies

An article in three distinct yet overlapping acts that recall an absurdist exercise of First Amendment rights in the antiquated format of a soapbox speech.

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Experiencing the Moment with Rita Grendze

Diana Gabriel and collaborator Rita Grendze reflect on making, marketing, and enjoying the labor-intensive and ephemeral art they both create.

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Victoria Martinez Featured

Protect the Memory

An intimate look into mysterious memories through the process and practice of Victoria Martinez.

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Brain Frame Forever

A reflection on the bi-monthly performative comix series that recently saw the end of a three-year run.

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When Artists Confront Segregation

A look into how Chicago Home Theater Festival challenges segregation and pushed boundaries for artist and audience.

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Gone in a Flash

During his recent residency at Or Gallery Berlin, Chicago-based artist Troy Briggs completed a new piece titled shutter shudder ep. 1, constructed from a retrofitted light bulb wirelessly connected to this website: http://dotdash.x1024.net/ When a user types a message into…

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