oversleepover: an ambient slumber party

Come sleep in blissful dreamy waves of relaxing audio. To dream and dream.
BYOB (bring your own bedding). Make breakfast with us in the morn’ (bring somethin’ for that too).

Bedtime Rituals by:

Jennifer Karmin
Laurel Forest Foglia

Lullabyes by:

Holy Family
Forest Management
Heart of Palm
Chelsea Bridge
Rush Falknor

Saturday, April 28-Sunday April 29, 2018
8p doors, 9p start
$10 suggested donation

1550 N Milwaukee Ave Fl3

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Jennifer Karmin’s multidisciplinary work has transpired at festivals, artist-run spaces, and on city streets across the U.S., Cuba, Japan, Kenya, and Europe. Her books include the text-sound epic Aaaaaaaaaaalice and The Sexual Organs of the IRS, a collaboration with Bernadette Mayer. She is anthologized in I’ll Drown My Book: Conceptual Writing by Women, The &NOW Awards: The Best Innovative Writing, Come Together: Imagine Peace, A Sing Economy, and other collections. In Chicago, she curates the Red Rover Series, teaches creative writing to immigrants at Truman College, and is co-founder of a new housing cooperative in Humboldt Park.

Laurel Forest Foglia is a writer, editor, and educator. Currently based in Chicago, she works as a writing tutor and instructor at the Art Institute of Chicago, the Instituto del Progreso Latino, and Malcolm X College. Laurel is also working toward a birth and postpartum doula certification through DONA International. Laurel earned a BA in Literary Arts from Brown University and an MFA in Writing from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is a founding member of Writing Group.

Rebecca Elliott and Nicholas Davis are mediums, as all are, to a dimensionless, questionably sentient entity colloquially known as “Ellvis.” Ellvis seems to be curious about the Anthropocene age of Earth, sometimes choosing to inhabit the human body.

Holy Family is texture therapy.

Forest Management is the solo project of John Daniel, an American musician currently living and working in Chicago, IL.

Heart of Palm hopes to pleasure a fantasy of ambient musique concrete. Inspired and driven by tiki culture and tropical vibes. But twisted and warped by the artists depressive vision.

Chelsea Bridge is Mallory Linehan on violin, keyboard, vocals, and electronics; layers of iridescent melodies fit effortlessly with unusual and unexpected sounds.

Rush Falknor is currently residing in Chicago, Illinois. Workings of sound in every realm. Auditory collage sculptor. Experimentalism and obsession.

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