1. I Sing the Body Cybernetic

January 25, 2019, 6-9PM
Work by: Lee Blalock
Experimental Sound Studio: 5925 N Ravenswood Ave, Chicago, IL 60660. USA

 

2. Entanglements

January 26, 2019, 7-11PM
Work by: Anxious to Make, Erin Gee, Hannah Newman, Snow Xu, Madeeha Lamoreaux, Sara Goodman and Sasha Tycko, and Jen Kutler
The Yards: 2028 S Canalport Ave, Chicago, IL 60606

 

3. WAGE

January 25, 2019, 6PM
Work by: Marcela Torres and Nayeon Yang (David Nasca in the Milwaukee Avenue Window Gallery)
Roots & Culture: 1034 N Milwaukee Ave, Chicago, IL 60642

 

4. object/item/material/me

January 26, 2019, 6-9PM
Work by: Julie Arredondo, Fontaine Capel, Megan Cline, Kimberly English, River Ian Kerstetter, Janelle Miller, Polina Protensko, and Jennifer Sova (Curated by Graham Feyl )
Annas: 629 W Cermak Rd Suite 240 Chicago, IL 60616

 

5. Living for Love

January 27, 2019, 5-9PM
Work by: Alex Dahm, Aml Altwayjri, Amy Dane Falkowski, Amy Honchell, Andrew Falkowski, Andy Hall, Anne Wilson, Annemarie Poyo Furlong, Brian Moody, Catie Rutledge, Chad Serhal, Claire Pentecost, Danièle Wilmouth, David Bogus, Egle Oddo, Eleanor Giron, Gianelle Gelpi, Heidi Powell, Helen Lee, Helen Maria Nugent, Ingrid Martinez, Iris Bernblum, Karen Faith, Kate Schutta, Katherine Gonzalez, Katie Woods, Kira O’Reilly, Li-Ming Hu, Lisa Bradley, Lisa Wesley, Lucy Cash, Lynn Tomaszewski, Maddie Haggbloom, Marina Sachs, Maryam Taghavi, Maud Lavin, Mel DeFabrizio, Noelle Sharp, Paul Hertz, Phillip Stanier, Rana Siegel, Richard Hancock, Riocardo Partida, Robert Ayres, Sadie Woods, Sandi Yi, Sherri Blase, Sherry Antonini, SJ Lee, Stevie Hanley, Tara Asgar, Tom Burtonwood, Traci Kelly, Wanbli Gamache, and Zhenesse Heinemann
Ohklahomo: 2518 W Iowa St, Chicago, IL 60622

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The Visualist, www.thevisualist.org, is more than just a list of dates and events on the internet. It's a really long list of dates and events for exhibitions, artist talks, receptions, festivals, panels, performances, readings, fairs, workshops, and curated content all kinds. At its heart the Visualist is really a cursory archive of actions and engagements throughout Chicagoland. In time, this archive will reach back to the Brunswick Building fire of 1989. While creating this image of Chicago's cultural work, the Visualist is also being updated throughout the week to provide as complete and accurate a day-to-day accounting of these activities as is possible.

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