Opening Sunday, June 2nd, from 1 PM - 4PM
On view through Sunday, June 23rd
Whether large and yawning or closed and secretive, windows offer themselves up as architectural instruments to gaze onto a world. Capturing gesture and mark, landscape and light, “When the peaks of our sky come together…” utilizes Terrain’s street-facing windows to display dislocated and fragmented images of the sky. Through the transference of skies, the installation celebrates suggested shifts in location, space, and time.
Madeleine Bailey is a Chicago based artist living and working in Chicago. She holds a BA from Brown University and an MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Locally, she has exhibited at venues such as the Chicago Cultural Center, A+D Gallery at Columbia College, Julius Caesar, ACRE, and Co-Prosperity Sphere, among others. Her work is in the collections of Brown University and the Centre International d’Art Contemporain in Pont-Aven, France.
Bailey is currently participating in the BOLT 2012-13 Residency at the Chicago Artists Coalition, which is supported in part by a grant from the Andy Warhol Foundation. Bailey participates in BOLT with artist Helen Maurene Cooper under their collaborative name Baccara.