One night only
September 26th, 2020
5PM – 11PM
*registration required to be on the guest list:
A collection of ceramics and prints capturing the unbroken flow of time even as we stand still, featuring poetry that pens our undying desire to be more than we already are. These are the underground narratives which spark constant motion.
!! Mask required for entry !!
Registration required for timing purposes.
How to enter: entry instructions will be sent the day of the event. The door is located on the Racine-facing side of the building. Take the stairs from the sculpture garden to the door and follow the signs to unit 2030.
Zach Weber b.1997 is an interdisciplinary artist who is currently pursuing his bachelors of fine arts from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago (2021). A transfer student from The University of Colorado Boulder, Weber’s artwork critiques tradition and institution through a mediated and often witty approach. His photography addresses familiar relationships with a psychological dissonance, enabling the viewer to sense the anxiety at play yet also its inherent beauty. His ceramics attempt to freeze improvised action and heightened consciousness which often take the form of the body. Weber is living and working in Chicago, IL.
Holdawn is a Baltimore native, recording artist, writer, and videographer born in 1996 who briefly studied at Columbia College of Chicago. Holdawn is known for his self reflective lyricism and vulnerability which invites his audience to perceive his dark path to redemption. He continues to share his vision in which he shows us that there is beauty throughout every step of the process and muscle built during bittersweet moments leaving us with a lot to lose but even more to gain.