FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:
TWINFORMATION: Featuring the work of Eric Veit and Jon Satrom April 2-May 4, 2010
Noble & Superior Projects 1418 W. Superior Chicago IL
Opening Reception: Friday, April 2 (6-10pm)
Noble & Superior Projects is pleased to announce its upcoming exhibition TWINFORMATION, opening Friday, April 2, featuring the work of Eric Veit and Jon Satrom.
Eric Veit's installation COMMUNAL LIVING features new digital paintings, abstract sculpture and light installation combined to investigate the complexity of human relationships, specifically his interest in the "poetic beauty" of conjoined twins. Veit explores concepts outside of the restrictions of media specificity in order to create complex and wide ranging installations that transform the gallery into a sublime territory.
Eric Veit currently lives and works in Philadelphia, PA. After showing extensively in the northeast, Veit is premiering his newest body of work in Chicago. Veit received his B.A. from Hampshire College in 2008 and attended the Yale Summer School of Music and Art in 2007.
Jon Satrom's TRENDS is a collection of images generated from inquiries using the data platform Google Trends. These often humorous and seemingly innocuous queries reveal more about the environment of ubiquitous databases than one might initially infer. Satrom's work consistently illustrates the innumerable possibilities and faults of digital media, positioning both user and viewer to be enveloped by the infinite body of knowledge found in contemporary information systems.
Jon Satrom is an artist and educator based in Chicago. Satrom currently serves as faculty at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in addition to running his production studio, Studio Thread, and performing live with the media collective I <3>.
Noble & Superior Projects is a contemporary arts gallery simultaneously balancing the work of installation artists whose work can only be understood through experience as well as artists whose work is easily/affordably distributed and exchanged.
Accessibility Is Key.
While we are interested in conceptual and philosophical origins in production, we also appreciate the aesthetic and sublime as a point of entry for our visitors.
NASP is open to the public Saturdays 12-6 and for monthly opening exhibitions.
We are always accepting submissions as well as applications for interns.
Please contact us at:
nobleandsuperior (at) gmail.com
or send physical materials to:
Noble & Superior Projects
1418 W Superior St
Chicago, IL 60642