Mar 31st 2018


@ Slow

2153 W 21st St, Chicago, IL 60608

Opening Saturday, March 31st, from 6PM - 9PM

On view through Saturday, April 21st

CC Ann Chen, Jason Dunda, Matthew Girson, Cathy Hsiao, Eileen Rae Walsh, Erin Washington

“Oranges poranges, who said?
Oranges poranges, who said?
Oranges poranges, who said?
There ain’t no rhymes for oranges.”
-Witchypoo performing in a group called the “Three Oranges” on the children’s television series H.R. Pufnstuf

The color gets its name from the fruit. The fruit is revered as a symbol of returning light after the longest night of winter. Fragrant. Warm. Leaves me with something I have been craving: I find orange a simple kind of hopeful. Right now this is what I long to see. It has other facets to be sure. Orange transitions from day to night as much as night to day. It plays a role in fire including hellfire. Right now the aspect that will satisfy is that glow, that warmth, a hint of caution, and a look toward a new dawn.

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