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The Multi-Sensory Experience: CHema Skandal!

The Multi-Sensory Experience: CHema Skandal!
The Multi-Sensory Experience is an ongoing project investigating the similarities, differences, and overlaps between the Chicago art and music scenes.  Mexican Artist CHema Skandal!’s career is dependant on the overlap of the music and art scenes.  CHema is an illustration artist and graphic designer who produces gig posters and album artwork for reggae and ska bands in Chicago, Mexico, and around... 

Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival: Spotlight on Satellite

Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festival: Spotlight on <em>Satellite</em>
As the 2011 Milwaukee Avenue Arts Festvial was kicking off on Friday, I stopped by to speak with Jenn Grossman and Ryan Scheidt, the curators of Satellite: New Media Arts Exhibition, which is housed in three locations along Milwaukee Avenue. Satellite curators Jenn Grossman and Ryan Scheidt. (Photo credit: Jennifer Nalbantyan). Upon walking into the space at 2741 N Milwaukee Avenue I was met by the... 

Why Joseph Beuys? || A Short Follow Up With Adrian Moens

Why Joseph Beuys? || A Short Follow Up With Adrian Moens
Two weeks ago artist Adrian Moens and I spoke about his exhibition at the Comfort Station located. For fun I presented him with a short survey of six questions called, “The Six Inch Survey.” Below is a brief follow up to the answers he came up with. You can find the original Q and A session here. Why Joseph Beuys? Joseph was a healer and he believed in people. To him, I think, art was medicine.... 

Artist Adrian Moens at The Comfort Station

Artist Adrian Moens at The Comfort Station
“Adrian Moens’ multimedia exhibit and installation transmit/transmute integrates sound, sculpture, video, writing and painting. The underlying, and often paired, themes of rhythm and resonance, loss and removal, and empathy and revulsion are addressed through carefully considered minutiae of discreet words, imagery objects and sounds.” (This is an excerpt taken from a full press release... 
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