Join us virtually on September 14 as Hot Wheelz Festival presents work by their first curatorial resident:
Maggie Wong: Gothwerk
A collaborative effort by Morris Fox, Kyle Ozero, and Katherine Finkelstein
This residency is a constellation and reflection of this group’s conversations about power, reckoning, deep time, and the affordances of a goth orientation. These reflections vary from audio interviews, video work, timed photo displays, to virtual game rooms.
9/14/20 – Morris Fox, “Current Residency” page takeover
Video work & writings
9/15/20 – Kyle Ozero, “Current Residency” page takeover
9/16/20 – Katherine Finkelstein, “Current Residency” page takeover
Timed photo series
9/17/20 – Day-long cumulative programming with Fox, Ozero, and Finkelstein
-Morning: “History of Goth Music” playlist by Kyle Ozero
-Afternoon: Photo series by Katherine Finkelstein inspired by Fox and Ozero’s work
-Evening: IMVU environment streaming with Morris Fox
9/18/20 – Maggie Wong commentary accompanying archive of residency week
Hot Wheelz Festival is a new live art platform that hosts virtual week-long residencies for Chicago curators, spaces, and collectives to create live programming while loosely approaching the question, “How do we keep moving?”. Each residency includes a Hot Wheelz Festival website takeover as well as engagements across different platforms (Instagram & Twitch). Hot Wheelz believes live programming hinges on the idea of live experience for the audience, whether that’s watching a live stream, limited engagements with pre-recorded work, virtual reality, or an ever-changing web page.
Follow the Hot Wheelz Festival Instagram account (@hotwheelzfestival) for residency schedules and programming details.
image by Katherine Finkelstein.