durational performance on Sunday, FEBRUARY 10, 2019
as part of IN>TIME 19, a city- wide performance festival in Chicago, IL.
at the Defibrillator Gallery located at Zhou B Art Center, 1029 W 35th Street, Chicago, IL.
SUN 10 FEB | 6PM | IN>TIME Performance Festival
location: 2ND FLOOR + Lower-Level SOUTH + NORTH
featuring: Ryan Tacata | Marilyn Arsem | Jenn Freeman
Defibrillator Gallery is a proud participant in the citywide IN>TIME Performance Festival. The 2019 edition will focus on histories and archives, especially as they relate to performance art and other ephemeral practices. Embodying this idea, IN>TIME curators invited San Francisco-based Ryan Tacata to create a response to a work by the influential collective Goat Island Performance Group - coinciding with their retrospective at the Chicago Cultural Center. Defibrillator invited local artist Jenn Freeman and Boston-based Marilyn Arsem to be part of the program. Freeman will perform a movement piece mining her family’s history on the south side of Chicago. Arsem, an influential figure in the history of performance art, is the subject of a forthcoming book written and edited by Jennie Klein and Natalie S. Loveless who will be reading excerpts as part of the program.
still. waiting, durational performance, as part of Rapid Pulse International Performance Art Festival Defibrillator Gallery, Chicago, IL., June 7, 2015, Photo by Carrie Ruckle