Friday, October 30, 2009
Untitled Apartment will be an exhibition made for Something New. It will feature works by Duncan Malashock, Mitch Trale, Arend deGruyter-Helfer, Dain Oh and Nate Hitchcock.
The works will be installed in Dain's apartment downtown Chicago. Additional decoration will be provided by IT2TS.
12am -10pm, 11/11/09
8 w monroe apartment # 1100, chicago, il 60603 (there is security at the entrance of the building so please call +1 (312) 479-2411 when you are downstairs, or email firstname.lastname@example.org or email@example.com with the time you will be stopping by)
You can also take a tour of all of the works in Something New for only $2 (to be used toward gas). The van project is run by Jordan Rhoat and WELIVENY$LA.
Contact for the bus tour: firstname.lastname@example.org ,email@example.com and 814-215-0304.
Untitled Apartment is organized by It Takes 2 To Stereo
Something New is organized by Nikola Tosic and Sarah Weis
Tuesday, October 27, 2009
"In Search of the Mundane, organized by Randall Szott and the Institute for Community Understanding Between Art and The Everyday (InCUBATE) will feature extended conversation and programming about the arts of living. This exhibition's activities focus on mundane life, drawing upon the spirit of Allan Kaprow, Michel de Certeau, Jane Addams, John Dewey, and others. These artists, activists, and thinkers will serve as a jumping off point to consider what constitutes “the good life.” In addition to considering the perceived divide between art and everyday life, we hope to highlight how ordinary creative strategies in day to day life might enhance one's living conditions. What might mark the difference between thinking of art as a career and living life creatively? Associated programming will bring together a range of people engaged with this question to share their own strategies for artful living."
Monday, October 26, 2009
Friday, October 23, 2009
Thursday, October 22, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
A CULTURAL READER curated by Golden Age
A series of 7 minute micro-lectures by Chicago's most creative minds.
Christopher Roeleveld, Paige K. Johnston, Hunter Husar, Nicholas O'Brien, Greg Stimac, Lisa Smith and Caroline Linder.
Marco Kane Braunschweiler and Martine Syms will emcee.
In conjunction with the event Golden Age will be publishing A CULTURAL READER containing images and footnotes from the presentations, as well as content that didn't make it into those 7 minutes. Pick up your copy at the lecture or at Golden Age.
Tuesday, October 20th 6-8pm
Museum of Contemporary Art Chicago
220 E Chicago Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60611
Saturday, October 10, 2009
Sunday, October 04, 2009
Friday, October 02, 2009
Thursday, October 01, 2009
Part-Time Suite is Byoungjae Lee, Jaeyoung Park & Meeyeon Lee.
"Piracy Manifesto, Latest version (English, Italian, Sept 09)
The manifesto can be found here: http://piracymanifesto.com
It will be read and discussed in Berlin on Saturday Oct 3 (17-18.30
pm , Raum K 24/21) during the "Make Capitalism History" Kongress (
2.-4. Oktober, more info http://make-capitalism-history.de)
Help to translate the Manifesto in German and other languages is
appreciate. Send email at Piracy@PiracyManifesto.com"
Miltos Manetas via nettime