Chicago Artists Coalition is pleased to present Survey 2, a group exhibition featuring new works by HATCH 2019-2020 residents, and curated by Fabiola Tosi, Juelle Daley, and Stephanie Koch. Exhibiting artists include Katie Chung, Gericault De La Rose, Naomi Elson, Jazmine Harris, Ellen Holtzblatt, Julia Klein, Bryan LeBeuf, Juan Molina Hernández, Solomon Salim Moore, José Santiago Pérez, Joshi Radin, and Unyimeabasi Udoh. The exhibition will be on view from March 19, 2021 through April 29, 2021, with an opening day on Friday, March 19, by appointment. Pleaser reserve your time here.
Survey 2 asks the twelve resident artists to reflect on and share the distinct ways they relate to time: How do you manifest the connection between process and object, both enduring and ephemeral? With a deep look into the process and methods of each artist-in-residence, the exhibition is a survey of the different scales at which time is perceived, seized, and reshaped through diverse artistic practices. What does it mean to relate to concepts such as now and then, before and after, slow and fast? When all the artworks collide in the same space as a collective, in what way do they negotiate, depart from, merge or challenge each other’s notion of linearity to reveal the artist’s personal rhythm and unique timestamp of individuality? The artworks on view are symbolic permutations of the individual embedded with the artists’ relationship to the ephemeral.
Curated programming will extend the conversation from the gallery to non-physical space, exploring other methods of discussing and curating ephemerality. Additional details will be announced at a later date.