Opening Wednesday, August 15th, from 6PM - 9PM
Tonika Lewis Johnson’s ongoing Folded Map project connects residents who live at corresponding addresses in the North and South Side neighborhoods of Chicago. By documenting architectural aspects of the neighborhoods and conversations between residents, Tonika demonstrates how a city of renowned institutions and robust tourism is also a city that struggles with issues of racial inequality and segregation.
Exploring questions of how Chicago’s Folded Map might shape our identities and political realities, CHICAGO CULTURE LAB presents Map & Meaning: A conversation with
Dr. Mary Pattillo, Harold Washington Professor of Sociology and African, Northwestern University
Katanya Raby, Southside based Urban Planner, CMAP
Tonika Johnson, Artist & Creator of Folded Map
Haven’t seen the Folded Map Project yet?
If you are stopping by the exhibit prior to the panel, there will be a group leaving the exhibit at 5:30 to walk over to Northwestern
The exhibit is conveniently located just 2 blocks down the street from Northwestern
The exhibit is open from 11am-6pm daily, for more info visit https://www.luc.edu/luma/exhibitions/foldedmap.shtml
Be there or be square…
Don’t play yourself…