Activate! Chicago is a new initiative from the City of Chicago in partnership with Latent Design that transforms underutilized public plazas in cultural and economic catalysts. This is a multi-faceted approach to the planning, design and management of public spaces. Capitalizing on a local community’s assets, inspiration and potential, placemaking creates public spaces that promote people’s health, […]
Bell Tower illuminates the room cavity above the entry vestibule of 6018North, Tricia Van Eck’s deconstructed building at 6018 North Kenmore. Bell Tower was produced for the show Its Elemental (sic), and has been invited to inhabit the space indefinitely wire, glass, LED, community, risk. Photography by Ji Yang
March is gonna’ rock! Get your tickets to THAW X, the 10th Annual Link’s Hall Benefit Party at Salvage One! This is a one-of-a-kind night of performances by some of Chicago’s most innovative artists. I’m bringing a raucous Light Matrix and Crystal Seeing. Ticket link: http://tinyurl.com/hhahq2c
February 14 | Valentine’s Day Crystal Seeing | 6018North Valentine’s Day Crystal Seeing and Brunch at 6018North’s Chapel and Its Elemental. In addition to having your inner light read, on request, in Crystal Seeing, you can reflect in Rodrigo Lara’s Chapel, CV Peterson will paint yellow roses to attract your lover, and Kathleen McCarthy and […]
Recent installation in gorgeous home of Elmhurst Private collector. Light and optic installation transforms long, tall eating hall into Optical Shadow Matrix with the flip of a switch Collector provided stunning antique Argentinian Soda Bottles, and together with blue and green optics from my collection selected for reference to eating, drinking, and […]
Open Studio and Crystal Seeing Friday, December 4, 5:30 – 9:00 New Illuminated Sculpture | Crystal Seeing on request Mana Contemporary Studio 421 2233 S. Throop St. Chicago location specifics: Brightly lit door to Mana is located on East side of building, far inside the parking lot at Cermak and Allport.
Thank you Chicago Magazine! http://www.chicagomag.com/arts-culture/September-2015/Critics-Guide-to-EXPO-Chicago/