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I like it fine. (It’s just that those happy plants that are bound together by the same foundation do not convey the sense of sadness, failure and finality which that event held for me.)soil, plants, concrete5” x 5” x 24”2014
Traci Fowler weaves personal narrative with social treatises to connect impulse and awareness. She focuses on issues of class structure, gender regulations, and the ways in which these discourses both challenge and strengthen one another. She’s interested in how tropes of social consciousness can be potentially exclusive and works to eradicate these exclusions.
- Traci Fowler

I like it fine. (It’s just that those happy plants that are bound together by the same foundation do not convey the sense of sadness, failure and finality which that event held for me.)
soil, plants, concrete
5” x 5” x 24”
2014

Traci Fowler weaves personal narrative with social treatises to connect impulse and awareness. She focuses on issues of class structure, gender regulations, and the ways in which these discourses both challenge and strengthen one another. She’s interested in how tropes of social consciousness can be potentially exclusive and works to eradicate these exclusions.

- Traci Fowler

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l’esprit des Bouddhas morts habite en mon cerveau #36mixed media32” x 34”2013
work from a series of 42 collages in total; photograph by Kate Karczewski; upcoming show of my work at the Harold Washington Library, from April 18-May 30, entitled Sergeant Vaucanson’s Raree-Show
- Steven Szegedi

l’esprit des Bouddhas morts habite en mon cerveau #36
mixed media
32” x 34”
2013

work from a series of 42 collages in total; photograph by Kate Karczewski; upcoming show of my work at the Harold Washington Library, from April 18-May 30, entitled Sergeant Vaucanson’s Raree-Show

- Steven Szegedi

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l’esprit des Bouddhas morts habite en mon cerveau #4mixed media11” x 14”2012
work from a series of 42 collages in total; none of my collages undergo digital treatment - everything you see is either clipped from a paper original or included as is.  most of the works include upwards of 1000 carefully placed clippings; upcoming show of my work at the Harold Washington Library, from April 18-May 30, entitled Sergeant Vaucanson’s Raree-Show
- Steven Szegedi

l’esprit des Bouddhas morts habite en mon cerveau #4
mixed media
11” x 14”
2012

work from a series of 42 collages in total; none of my collages undergo digital treatment - everything you see is either clipped from a paper original or included as is.  most of the works include upwards of 1000 carefully placed clippings; upcoming show of my work at the Harold Washington Library, from April 18-May 30, entitled Sergeant Vaucanson’s Raree-Show

- Steven Szegedi

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nothing’s missing (detail)mixed media49” x 33”2013 (base cut in 2005)
collage includes a rear mounted light box which illuminates the hidden text, cut out of the wood base, from behind the paper comprising the image; photograph by Kate Karczewski; upcoming show of my work at the Harold Washington Library, from April 18-May 30, entitled Sergeant Vaucanson’s Raree-Show
- Steven Szegedi

nothing’s missing (detail)
mixed media
49” x 33”
2013 (base cut in 2005)

collage includes a rear mounted light box which illuminates the hidden text, cut out of the wood base, from behind the paper comprising the image; photograph by Kate Karczewski; upcoming show of my work at the Harold Washington Library, from April 18-May 30, entitled Sergeant Vaucanson’s Raree-Show

- Steven Szegedi

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Sum Twenties
sound
19:25
2014

Sum Twenties is an aural film noir in three acts that uses pure sound design as its primary element.

Act I: Velocity Per Second of a 5 inch Pipe

Act II: I Never Had It So Good

Act III: Time Starts Now

The third act, Time Starts Now, completes the mystery, but the events and outcomes of the story are determined by how the listener interprets the sounds.

 - Liz Bustamante (noise&light)

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The PreservationistOil on Board18” x 24”2013
Richard Nickel was a photographer who attempted to capture images of all the great buildings which were being torn down in the Loop during the 1960’s. He died for his art and is one of the greatest Chicagoan’s.
- Peter Hagerty

The Preservationist
Oil on Board
18” x 24”
2013

Richard Nickel was a photographer who attempted to capture images of all the great buildings which were being torn down in the Loop during the 1960’s. He died for his art and is one of the greatest Chicagoan’s.

Peter Hagerty