Dave Hullfish Bailey at The Suburban

Dave Hullfish Bailey at The Suburban

Sometime over the weekend, as I was pouring coffee beans into a canister, I happened to read on the package that proceeds from the coffee had been used to fund a library. Pretty cool, I thought; but then in my cynical way, I began to speculate about just what kind of...
What We’re Doing This Weekend: 3.20-3.22

What We’re Doing This Weekend: 3.20-3.22

image: Sara Condo, 2009 School of the Art Institute of Chicago Spring Undergraduate Exhibition Sullivan Galleries 36 South Wabash 7th floor March 21-April 3 Opening reception: Friday, March 20, 7-10pm via the School of the Art Institute of Chicago Nearly 230 SAIC...
Matériel Magazine and Pr Launch Party

Matériel Magazine and Pr Launch Party

March 21, 2009, 8pm Co-Prosperity Sphere 3219 S Morgan St $10 Suggested Donation. The good people that bring you Proximity Magazine are having a release party this Saturday for their two new publications. If you can make it you should go. It looks to be a fun time....
Cory Arcangel: Conversations at the Edge

Cory Arcangel: Conversations at the Edge

Thursday, March 19, 6:00 pm Gene Siskel Film Center 164 North State Street Chicago Il 60601 via Conversations at the Edge Best known for his Nintendo game cartridge hacks, multi-media trickster Cory Arcangel uses new and vintage computers, sound, performance, and the...
LOADED: Hunting Culture In America  reception tonight

LOADED: Hunting Culture In America reception tonight

Erika Larsen, Wedding Ring, 2004, C-print If you’re in Chicago tonight go check out LOADED: Hunting Culture In America at the Glass Curtain Gallery. It’s co-currated by BAS own Audrey Mast. “For millennia, we’ve slaked our taste for protein by...
Gareth James Tonight at SAIC

Gareth James Tonight at SAIC

via:Visiting Artist Program at SAIC Wednesday, March 18, 6:00 p.m. “Based in New York, Gareth James is a British artist and writer whose work often addresses the physical and technological substructures of economic and political systems, of which Artforum says,...