Tritriangle will unwrap itself, and guess at the identity of the gifter. What is behind the glossy printed wrappings and bows encasing the night?
We’ll begin with an exciting evening of installations, talks, performances, and screenings to give way to the coming nature of the space. Listed are participants (with details still forthcoming):
Gallery Opening at 7PM, Event Begins at 8PM
Todd & Marrakesh Frugia (ROOMS): While What Waits
Theodore Darst is a Chicago based digital artist. His work has been exhibited at venues including 319 Scholes, The Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago, Heaven Gallery, bubblebyte.org, and the UCLA Game Lab.
Talks, Performances, Screenings:
VVVECTOR.VVVIE.WS: convos wit ../n!ck/briz && jonCates
KNOWN CONCEPTUAL is the 1rst VVVECTOR.VVVIE.WS (AKA Vector Views) conversation hosted by Nick Briz && jonCates to propose a critical artware investigation into the so-tagged “New Aesthetic”. Briz && Cates will facilitate a public debate / discussion on the concepts of what might or might not constitute the “New Aesthetic” as an observation / framework / artistic area of activity. This is the 1rst of an ongoing + open set of public discussions that will engage topics from multiple perspectives in order to foster discourse on relevant issues in experimental New Media Art and Digital Cultures.
Jeff Kolar: Hallmark Cards
Jeff Kolar is an audio artist working in Chicago, USA. His work, described as “speaker-shredding” (Half Letter Press) and “wonderfully strange” (John Corbett), includes cross-platform collaboration, low-powered radio, and live performance.
Lori Felker: IT DOESN’T MATTER
Saturday Morning Physics, a science show for teens and adults alike, is ready to explore what matters with you.
Eric Fleischauer utilizes various conceptually-driven production strategies in order to examine the ramifications of technology’s expansive influence on both the individual and cultural sphere.