Featured here is a collection of eleven photographs, text, and additional links which in combination help to document the otherwise ephemeral, multimedia presentation of "Evil is Interesting" at antena gallery in Pilsen, Chicago, between March 23 and April 21, 2012.
Below: Four photographs taken during a live theatrical performance of Michael Workman's "A Conversion," an art play in five acts,
featuring Heather Marie Vernon, Sarah Weis, Katerina Papadatos, Snorre Sjønøst Henriksen and Heather Lynn,
8:30 PM, opening night, March 23, 2012.
Below: Six photographs taken during a live sonic performance by Lady Rollins,
featuring Jess Speer, Peter Speer, Caroline Picard, and Devin King,
9:30 PM, closing night, April 20, 2012.
Below: The "False Love" zine by AA Bronson, Michael Workman, Dan Gleason and others, available at the gallery in limited edition:
"Evil Is Interesting"
March 23 - April 21, 2012
1765 S. Laflin St.
Chicago, IL 60608
Curated by Michael Workman/Antidote Projects
Artists: Frank Pollard, Mike Lenkowski, Lorna Mills, Sarah Weis, Bill Talsma, Elizabeth Suter, Jody Oesterreicher, Micki Tschur, Sarah Legow, Industry of the Ordinary, Holly Streekstra, Samantha Ocasta, Jeffrey Grauel, Tony Kapel, Computers Cult, Maitejosune Urrechaga and others.
See also: Jason Kreke in Newcity Art,
See also: Jon Brozdowski in The Chicago Weekly,
See also: antena gallery's own information,
- Paul Germanos