Selina Trepp—visual musician, collage animist, radical recycler—talks time, process, performance, material and more on the occasion of An Instrument in the Shape of a Woman at the Chicago Cultural Center. Our dynamic and inspired conversation zooms through the multiplicities of ways Selina’s playful practice breaks open the forms and formats she’s drawn to (and drawing on). Once again we’re joined by curator Annie Morse and the ambient sounds of meaning being made and publics being formed.

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