This Tuesday, October 16, a veritable tribe of Dirty Media hooligans will descend on the parking garage at the Chicago Museum of Contemporary Art. The show starts promptly at 6 p.m.
Set-up begins at 4 p.m. and is open to the public, so if you want to check out the varied performance rigs, come early.
Join us for this real-time audio and video performance event which celebrates the Dirty New Media movement in Chicago. Dirty New Media artists utilize hacked electronics and improvisation to create works of art that are so wrong they’re right.
Performances take place in the bottom level of the museum’s garage (accessible by Chicago Avenue, at the intersection of N. Fairbanks Ct.) and start at 6 pm, with setup starting at 4 pm. Feel free to stop in and chat with folks as they prep their circuits and setup. This event is organized in collaboration with Nick Briz, an artist currently based in Chicago.