Make Believe In Yourself

Make Believe In Yourself – Geoffrey Hamerlinck with Geoffrey John Hamerlinck.
Opening November 21st, 6pm-9pm, through December 13th.

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Nikki Renee Anderson, Madeleine Bailey, Alex Chitty, Lauren Gregory, Isabelle Schiltz, and Chris Tourre.

Through November 1

Conduction, A Performance by Chris Tourre, October 25th, 1pm-2pm.

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Aylor Brown and Carson Fisk-Vittori expand our relationship to the objects we live with, and Casey Smallwood facilitates a relational activity making ‘mini-pies.’

Opening September 5, 6pm-9pm
Through September 27

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Emily J. Gómez, Snorre Sjønøst Henriksen, and Jesal Kapadia.

Opening August 1, 6pm-9pm
Through August 30

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The Gallery Crawl And So Much More

Work On Paper (Silent Auction)
July 11th, 5pm-7pm

It’s been a real pleasure to see so much amazing work come in for the auction. There are some real steals to be had. Proceeds will help Eel Space pay the rent so it may continue bringing together people and ideas through its focus on Chicago artists and thematic group exhibitions.
Artists include Rebecca Schoenecker, Katy Collier, Kristina Paabus, Ryan William Chamberlain, Madeleine Bailey, Ryan Richey, Stephanie Nadeau, Jessica Taylor, Valerie Snobeck, Andrew Neher, Alex Chitty, Geoffrey Hamerlinck, and many others.

Afterwards, head over one block to the Humboldt Moving Picture Show!

Andrew Blackley, Maria Gaspar, and Steffani Jemison investigate the translation of language, history, and cultures.

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Opening: May 30th, 6pm-9pm
Through June 28

Sarazen Haile, Ryan B. Richey, Gina Siepel and Deborah Stratman investigate domestic space, memory, socioeconomics and history through the media of film, painting, cornbread and more.

Opening: April 18, 6pm-9pm
Through May 17

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Download Moonwalk here. An audio tour of Humboldt Park; Forces of Nature parallel project by Val Snobeck. On new tab/page in Firefox or other browser, go File > Save Page As, and save the MP3 on your computer. Add to iTunes, iPod, or any MP3 player, and enjoy the park tour.

Also in the back room, Snobeck's 'Nuture.'

Also in the back room, Snobeck's 'Nuture.'

Despite ‘inventing’ nature through our cultural constructs, we still deal with its forces, as investigated in critical, playful, and ironic ways by Katy Collier, Rebecca Schoenecker, Val Snobeck, and Brett Tracy, with objects, work on paper, and video.
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Opening: March 7, 6-9pm
Through April 5