The Chicago Artists Coalition is pleased to present Being, enough, a group exhibition featuring HATCH Projects Residents Austen Brown, Alex Calhoun, Jon Chambers, Jeremiah Jones, Bobbi Meier, and Marina Miliou-Theocharaki.
Being, enough embraces paradoxes and potential states of collision or convergence throughout the exhibition space. The six exhibiting artists work across a range of media, creating states of unrest, places of play, and moments of healing and dreaming. There is an elasticity to the conceptual dialogues of each artist’s work that creates a vast field for in-depth questioning and reflection. How is one present in virtual space? How does one physically represent absence? How does one harbor and heal from trauma? If a question is posed, it seems logical to try to answer it, creating a succinct conclusion. But, this exhibition asks us to resist looking for the answer and find the expansiveness that stirs when living within the question itself, where “being” is enough, and “enough” is unquenchable.
Being, enough is curated by Kate Pollasch.