Opening Friday, November 19th, at 3PM
On view through Sunday, December 19th
Artists Delilah Salgado, Kioto Aoki, and Jared Brown discuss tone, shadow, and color.
RSVP for Event Access: eventbrite.com/o/6018north-11825306735
Moderated by RAISIN Curator Asha Iman Veal and SAIC Being a Woman of Color in the Arts Class
Delilah Salgado is the co-founder of Mujeres Mutantes, an all-woman Latinx art collective with roots all across Chicago’s South and West Sides. Kioto Aoki is an artist and educator using the material specificity of the analogue image and image-making process to explore modes of perception as a politics of vision. Jared Brown is an artist who self-identifies as a data thief, understanding this role from John Akomfrah’s description of the data thief as a figure that does not belong to the past or present.
Image: Jared Brown, photo by Aapple Yang
September 17 – December 18, 2021
Kioto Aoki (Chicago) / Coletivo Anastácia Berlin (Berlin) / Jared Brown (Chicago) / Marina Viola Cavadini (Milan) / Amy Sanchez Arteaga + Misael Diaz of Cog•nate Collective (So. California) / Işıl Eğrikavuk (Berlin) / Max Guy (Chicago) / Kyle Bellucci Johanson(Chicago) / Kierah Kiki King (Chicago) / Diya Khurana (Mumbai) / Kat Liu (Chicago) / AJ McClenon(Chicago) / Ilja Clemens Melzer (Berlin) / Joelle Mercedes(Chicago) / Chip Moody (Chicago) / Joseph Mora (Chicago) / Nahum, Ale de la Puente, Juan José Díaz Infante, and Tania Candiani (Mexico City and Berlin) / zakkiyyah najeebah dumas-o’neal (Chicago) / Alessia Petrolito (Turin) / Delilah Salgado (Chicago) / Aaron Samuels(Los Angeles) / Rohan Ayinde Smith (London) / Brett Swinney (Chicago) / Maryam Taghavi(Chicago) / Gloria Talamantes (Chicago) / Tran Tran (Chicago) / Unyimeabasi Udoh(Chicago) / Nayeli Vega (Berlin) / Amanda Williams (Chicago) / Jakob Wirth (Berlin) / Tintin Wulia (Australia) / Zhiyuan Yang (New York) / Nushin Yazdani (Berlin)
Curator: Asha Iman Veal, Curatorial Assistants: Shannon Lin and Esraa, Graduate Curatorial Assistant: Ruby Dudasik, Exhibition Associate: Alexis Brocchi, 6018North Team: Tricia Van Eck and Nathan Abhalter Smith
RAISIN is a partner program of the Chicago Architecture Biennial as part of The Available City.
Project support for RAISIN has been provided by the Alfred Landecker Democracy Fellowship, Humanity in Action, City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs and Events, and the School of the Art Institute of Chicago’s Faculty Enrichment Grant.
6018North projects are partially supported by 3Arts, the AD3 Innovation Bootcamp Grant, an anonymous donor advised fund at The Chicago Community Foundation, a CityArts Innovation Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events, the Gen Ops Plus Grant from the Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, the Field Foundation of Illinois, the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts, IL Humanities, the Illinois Arts Council, the Illinois Arts Council Youth Employment Grant, the Joyce Foundation, The MacArthur Funds for Culture, Equity, and the Arts at the Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, the Terra Foundation for American Art, and individual donations.