Friday, March 23, 2012

Evil is Interesting

 Micki Tschur, 2012, Madonna Salt and Pepper Shakers

Michael Workman and Antidote Projects curated Evil is Interesting, a show opening tonight at Antena Gallery in Pilsen.  Featuring artwork by a multitude of artists, performances, and the release of a zine, this looks to be an interesting night.

Info from their site...
Featuring work by Frank Pollard, Mike Lenkowski, Lorna Mills, Sarah Weis, Bill Talsma, Elizabeth Suter, Judy Oesterreicher, Micki Tschur, Sarah Legow, Industry of the Ordinary, Holly Streekstra, Samantha Ocasta, Jeffrey Grauel, Tony Kapel, Computers Cult and Maitejosune Urrechaga.
False Love 'zine with texts by AA Bronson, Michael Workman, Dan Gleason and Caroline Picard.
Live theatrical presentation of "A Conversion" by Michael Workman, a performance art play in five acts, starting at 8:30pm with Heather Marie Vernon, Sarah Weis, Katerina Papadatos, Snorre Sjønøst Henriksen and Heather Lynn. Performances will be videotaped and archived in the exhibition.

Evil is Interesting
at Antena Gallery
1765 S Laflin
Chicago, IL

Opening reception: Friday, March 23, 2012
6 to 10pm
On view through April 21, 2012

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