A panel discussion that’s happening at the Hyde Park Art Center next Wed August 12, 2009 at 6 p.m. Panelist: Annie Heckman, Carol Ng-He, James Jankowiak, Sarah Bendix, and Dan Godston talk about connections with Chicago’s neighborhoods—as they relate to The Synesthetic Plan of Chicago.
Carol will focus on ways by which her installation piece, entitled “C(l/r)aving,” relates to Chinatown. James will talk about his installation piece, entitled “Bubbly Creek,” relates to the Back of the Yards, Bridgeport, and McKinley Park areas. Sarah will be talking about the shifting identity of neighborhoods and the layering of residual memory. Annie and Dan will talk about other ways by which SPC relates to Chicago’s neighborhoods, including how SPC modules have been traveling to “satellite locations,” including the Hyde Park Art Center, Mess Hall, Faie African Art Gallery, Little Black Pearl Art & Design Center, and Myopic Bookstore.
This event is free and open to the public. Hyde Park Art Center5020 S. Cornell Ave.Chicago, IL 60615773.324.5520http://www.hydeparkart.org/