A group exhibition of performance and moving image works
Saturday, April 26th, 2014 at 7 pm, Free
Persistence of Motion is a one-night exhibition, activating audience engagement. Through a combination of moving pictures and bodies, mediums become blurred and merged. With a consideration for the fundamental aspects of film and gesture, artists and audience will gather to create together. Featuring work by Amanda and Mikel Avery’s Something Beautiful Movement Orchestra, Marlo Koch, Jared Larson, Emerson Sigman, Andrew Maussert-Mooney, Ariel Perkins-Fenwick, and Jesse Malmed.
Presented by Emerson Sigman, with Lori Felker and HOMEROOM Chicago.
More information at HOMEROOM’s website.
Filed under: experimental, performance