Broadcasting on Radius Throughout October

I will be presenting fragments, edits and interpertations of my private index archive as a series of public broadcasts throughout October.  This work will be performed via low-power FM transmission produced by Radius and presented in conjunction with 6018NORTH as part of the following exhibition:

Home: Public or Private?  An exhibition of installations and performances at 6018NORTH Oct. 6-28

From the Press Release:

“What happens when our private life becomes public and public space becomes private? Located in a dilapidated mansion – 6018NORTH – this exhibition presents multiple artists exploring this question through installations inside the rooms of the house as well as outside. The investigations and activities presented explore the social, cultural, and political ramifications of our shifting conceptions of public and private space.
Opening: Friday, October 5, 2012 Guided private house tours are: Saturdays at 2pm & 4pm and Sundays at 2pm Please note: Due to the home’s condition, space is limited for all events. Please reserve your space at: http://6018north.net/
Artists include Teresa Albor, Lise Haller Baggesen, Rebecca Beachy, Sandra Binion, Deborah Boardman, Troy Briggs, Cuppola Bobber, Keith Buchholz, Chelsea Culp and Ben Foch, Collective Cleaners, Diva/Divo, Meg Duguid, Daniela Ehemann, Vicki Fowler and Trevor Martin, Maria Gaspar, Jane Jerardi, Jennifer Karmin, Nance Klehm. Joseph Kramer with Radius, Carron Little, Lou Mallozzi, Jesus Mejia and Ruth, Harold Mendez, Jessie Schlesinger, and Vintage Theater Collective
This exhibition is part of Chicago Artists Month 6018NORTH is partially funded by a Community Arts Assistant Program (CAAP) grant.”

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