Cabin is pleased to announce a new exhibition by Thad Kellstadt, Lazy Dreams, in which the artist has painted a brick pattern covering objects as well as the gallery walls.
Lazy Dreams is an immersive installation of painted brick pattern covering objects and the gallery walls. The work stands between meditative and overwhelming, mirroring the artist’s own dream experiences:
“I remember almost all of my dreams. They have been wild lately, from euphoric to horrific. This is not uncommon for dreams. The nightly phantasmagoria is well on its way to becoming the norm. This installation is a call to the dream world for a bit of peace. Through creating a space of mild dislocation I am hoping to trick my brain to chill out.”
Please join us for a reception with the artist on Saturday, March 23 from 7-9 pm.
Thad Kellstadt (Ohio, 1977) is an artist living and working in Iowa City, IA. Through a variety of mediums he explores American myths, psychedelia and the imagined landscape. He has shown nationally and internationally at a variety of venues including Space 1026, Lump Gallery, The Mattress Factory, Alice Gallery in Belgium, Cell Space in London and Skol Gallery in Montreal.
Cabin is a home gallery located in Chicago, IL. Cabin provides artists with a dedicated gallery in an alternative space context for experimental and occasional exhibitions.
Thad Kellstadt: Lazy Dreams
March 23 – May 4
Opening Reception: Saturday, March 23, 7-9 pm
1759 N Humboldt Blvd 2nd Floor
Chicago, IL 60647
Gallery Hours: Open for receptions and by appointment.
For more information, contact Tim Nickodemus