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Robert Bills Contemporary

Exhibition Detail
Reality Slips
Curated by: Hannah Klemm
222 N. Desplaines Street
Under the "L", on Desplaines St., at Lake St.
Chicago, IL 60661


March 3rd, 2012 - April 14th, 2012
Opening: 
March 3rd, 2012 7:00 PM - 9:00 PM
 
Accessible Space (closeup view of piece), Veronica BruceVeronica Bruce,
Accessible Space (closeup view of piece),
2011, Mdf board, plaster, plexiglass, t-shirt, drywall tape, paint, string, plastic, bubble wrap, part of oil painting on paper, yellow rag, epoxy, negative space between parts, ceiling to floor (dimensions variable upon installation)
© Veronica Bruce
, Morgan SimsMorgan Sims
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, Morgan SimsMorgan Sims
, VV
, MM
Go Between, Veronica BruceVeronica Bruce, Go Between,
2011, oil, acrylic, blue tape, and a glossy photograph on a matte photographic print, 19 in x 13 in
© Veronica Bruce
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West Loop/West Town
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Thursday and Friday, 11 AM-5PM; Saturday, Noon-5PM
TAGS:  
sculpture, abstract, pop, conceptual, mixed-media, photography, installation
> DESCRIPTION

Robert Bills Contemporary is pleased to announce the opening of the exhibition Reality Slips. This group exhibition presents new work by Veronica Bruce, Brian McNearney, and Morgan Sims, whose multifarious practices include sculpture, painting, collage, photography, and installation. The work of these three artists explores the unsustainable linearity of assumptions - at the formal, ideological, or semantic levels – of dominant systems of information. Traditional forms of communication fail to cohere. Instead of producing a readable critique of mass culture or mass media, these artists allow for new understandings of already popular images and materials through the creation of vague discordance, momentary associations, and chance resonances.  


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