by Nadine Nakanishi | Mar. 3, 2015
Things are slowing down, while picking up here. We just worked through a bunch of projects, and new adventures are awaiting us. Nick is working furiously on his MFA exhibit which will feature video, sound and mold paintings (see screen shot), as well as casted records (please stop by his “wall”, Friday, April 24, 7:00–9:00 p.m., Sullivan Galleries, 33 S. State St., 7th floor). We are also gearing up for a long and massive push for a show at the Texas State University Galleries, at San Marcos, Texas. We are working together with gallery director and curator, Mary Mikel Stump, to make a massive sound and textile installation — featuring our design initiative and practice. It will be our biggest show to date. With 3,000 square feet of space, we are ready to charge this full frontal and are really thinking anew about volume while being ourselves.
Parallel this week, we are printing the Chicago Signaling Symposium poster for Eric Weiss, which we are psyched about! Good ol’ poster printing, never gets old here, in contrary, it makes everything alive. We also hope to be sending some publications to press.