Archive | June 2011

WBEZ 848 interview on Wow & Flutter: Dynamic Range in Analog Art


“Urban Dwellers” in RedEye

Urban Dwellers was featured in RedEye’s “Deer & Sparkles: New public art pops up.” Check it out!

Joe Moreno mentions us on WBEZ

Alderman Joe Moreno mentioned Johalla Projects on WBEZ today on their segment “The First 100: Looking at the future of art under Mayor Emanuel.”

“Wow and Flutter” on Bad At Sports Top 5 Weekend Picks!

Our exhibition this Friday Wow and Flutter: Dynamic Range in Analog Art was featured on the Top 5 Weekend Picks on Bad At Sports. Check it out here!

“Urban Dwellers” Installed

Urban Dwellers by Andrea Jablonski, in collaboration with Vicki Fuller of VLF Development and Johalla Projects. It’s currently on display at 1827 Milwaukee Avenue, check it out until June 11!

Wow and Flutter: Dynamic Range in Analog Art

There is physicality in analog recordings. Video and sound information is embedded into tactile items, unlike intangible digital formats. Susceptible to malfunctions and distortions unique to the medium, analog objects have a heavy presence of the hand and time in its manipulations. The exhibition Wow and Flutter: Dynamic Range in Analog Art unites artists exploring visual and audio analog techniques in their work. Opening reception at Johalla Projects 1561 N. Milwaukee 2nd floor, is June 10th from 7-10pm. Exhibition continues until June 22nd and is by appointment only.

Work by:
Ron Ewert, Chris Fischer, Mike Kloss, Bryan Lear, Brett Naucke and Triangle Incorporated.

Wow and Flutter: Dynamic Range in Analog Art
Johalla Projects
1561 N Milwaukee 2nd Floor
Opening Reception June 10th 7-10pm
Exhibition continues through June 22

Urban Dwellers

“The shape of things to come. Nature adapts to the ever-changing neon lit/concrete jungle of the modern world.”

Johalla Projects is proud to announce Urban Dwellers by Andrea Jablonski, in collaboration with Vicki Fuller of VLF Development. Urban Dwellers, large, silver-glittered deer installations, have been placed in an empty lot off of a highly visible and congested street. These structures are meant to serve as a reminder of nature and what may have existed previously, before urban development. Ms. Fuller approached Johalla Projects for this partnership with the goal of enriching the vacant lots near her business, which focuses on urban planning and development. Urban Dwellers debuts the week of June 6, 2011. Johalla Projects is excited to continue collaborating with Ms. Fuller. Please, keep your eyes open for future projects.

Urban Dwellers

The Week of June 6-11 2011
at 1827 Milwaukee Ave
Chicago, IL 60622

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