In Even The Oldest Utopia There Is A Song Too Short to Sing
5339 W Lake, Chicago, IL, 60644
Opening Saturday, February 29th, from 5PM - 8PM
On view through Sunday, April 12th
UGLY is thrilled to present In Even The Oldest Utopia There is a Song Too Short To Sing, an exhibition featuring Julie Boldt, Teresita Carson Valdez, Efrat Hakimi, Anneli Goeller, Andrew Hunt, Robert Chase Heishman, Gyae Kim, Will Krauland, Jesse Meredith, Ed Y Oh, Woojin Shin, Cameron Spratley, Bun Stout & Guanyu Xu. The exhibition will run until April 12, 2020 at 5339 W Lake.
The exhibition structures a constellation between different modalities for utopian practices, their affordances & stakes through facilitating an online exhibition to build upon the brick & mortar; it fills in for a standard print exhibition catalog through hosting artists research materials and three podcasts. Titled Annunciation, Analysis into Action, & Poetics’ Obviation, the podcasts build upon the writing & research materials supplied by each cohort member- their release dates will be announced shortly.
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