Copy Drawings: Installation View

Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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Left to right: Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawing (hat-ham)—B&W, 2016, Graphite on paper, 27×23″; Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawing (hat-ham), 2016, Color pencil on paper, 27×23″. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

Magalie Guérin, NOTES ON, Studio Journal, First Edition of 540, The Green Lantern Press, 2016. Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

Magalie Guérin, NOTES ON, Studio Journal, First Edition of 540, The Green Lantern Press, 2016. Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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Magalie Guérin, 100 Small Copy Drawings, 2016, various medium on paper, 8.5×11” ea. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

Magalie Guérin, Copy Drawings, Installation View, Sector 2337, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

Magalie Guérin, 100 Small Copy Drawings, (detail) 2016, various medium on paper, 8.5×11” ea

 

 

 

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Bleeding Black Noise : Installation View

 

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Bleeding Black Noise, Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

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Bleeding Black Noise, Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

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Bleeding Black Noise, Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

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Bleeding Black Noise, Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, 2016. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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The Sea is Represented by an Irregular Shape : Installation view

All photos by Clare Britt

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Mark Booth, “The Sea is Represented by an Irregular Shape,” 2016. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, IL. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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Mark Booth, “The Sea is Represented by an Irregular Shape,” 2016. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, IL. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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Mark Booth, “MIGRATORY SHAPES,” 2016. Steel and wood, 12 units. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, IL. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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Mark Booth, “MIGRATORY SHAPES,” (detail) 2016. Steel and wood, 12 units. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, IL. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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Mark Booth, “The Sea is Represented by an Irregular Shape,” 2016. Installation view, Sector 2337, Chicago, IL. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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Mark Booth, “‘THIS representing ‘THAT’ ( 59 units) and IS (third person singular of ‘be’) (5 units),” (detail) 2016. Acrylic and ink on paper. Sector 2337, Chicago, IL. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

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Mark Booth, “POLYP,” 2016. Acrylic and ink on paper. Photo by Clare Britt.

 

 

Interviews with Bleeding Black Noise

Prior to Amelia Ishmael’s upcoming curatorial project at Sector, she interviewed a number of the contributing artists. We compiled those interviews below. Bleeding Black Noise opens this coming Friday from 6-9pm.
Gast Bouschet & Nadine Hilbert http://wavelengths.ameliaishmael.com/2011/11/22/an-interview-with-gast-bouschet-vibrations-of-light-and-sound-to-trigger-seismic-molecular-events-to-shake-the-wall-to-break-down-barriers/
 
Faith Coloccia   http://wavelengths.ameliaishmael.com/2012/08/07/an-interview-with-faith-coloccia-sympathetic-magic-visual-scores-archives-and-memory/
Niels Geybels http://wavelengths.ameliaishmael.com/2013/01/03/an-interview-with-niels-geybels-sequences-monoliths-and-beneath-the-earth/

Michaël Sellam   http://wavelengths.ameliaishmael.com/2013/04/18/an-interview-with-michael-sellam-black-metal-forever-radical-transformations-and-reptilian-squamate/

Aldo Tambellini 
http://wavelengths.ameliaishmael.com/2014/03/31/an-interview-with-aldo-tambellini-going-back-again-forward-suspended-in-space-circular-forms-broadcasting-signals-into-spirals/
and
http://wavelengths.ameliaishmael.com/2012/09/13/an-interview-with-aldo-tambellini-black-zero-avant-garde-jazz-and-the-cosmic-void/
Jon Cates http://wavelengths.ameliaishmael.com/2013/08/29/an-interview-with-jon-cates-water-noises-datastreams-memory-glitches-dirty-new-media-lake-swimming/
Stephen O’Malley http://wavelengths.ameliaishmael.com/2011/12/05/an-interview-with-stephen-omalley-of-descent-burning-witch-hyperion-ensemble-sunn-o-imagery-concept-and-sound/
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10 Years at Roots & Culture Part 1: ROOTS

with 40000, artledge, duchess, & Green Lantern

Feb 12 – Mar 05, 2016

Opening Reception on Fri, Feb 11 @ 6-9pm
1034 N Milwaukee Ave., Chicago IL 60622

“Roots & Culture is emphatically thrilled to announce ROOTS, the first of its 10th Anniversary exhibitions (the second, predictably titled show, CULTURE will open June 25th, stay tuned for more info). In the spirit of a sort of active nostalgia, I decided to look backwards to the scene that set the stage for Roots and invite four of my favorite, most influential spaces from the greater Wicker Park area of the mid-aughts to stage new projects at the gallery.  Though retired (or reconfigured), these four programs, 40000, artLedge, duchess, and Green Lantern, inspired energies of possibility, inclusivity, and hybridity that continue to reverberate in the halls of R&C today. Each space is mounting a new project within the exhibition. Tying the show together is a selection of works by artists who overlapped with programming at R&C including Mike Andrews, Amanda Browder, Howard Fonda, Brian McNearney, Heather Mekkelson, Jamisen Ogg, Carmen Price, Shannon Stratton, Alexander Stewart, and more.” — Eric May, Executive Director