The exhibition continues through August with programs including daily viewing recommendations, written reflections on the artwork’s prevailing themes, and a conversation series hosted by faculty.
Through a wide range of artist projects and programs, Re:Working Labor asks us to locate our respective places in the global labor chain.
The celebration casts new light on art and technology practices at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, illuminating the contributions made by faculty and alumni throughout 50 years of uninterrupted experimentation.
The collection will be unveiled at Spazio Rossana Orlandi during Milan Design Week, April 4–9
That social practice is difficult to define is not a new problem. However, what I experienced was not so much a confusion of terms but a confusion of time: a series of talks that demonstrated the divide produced by the slowness of theory pitted against an active practice.