Kinship: Inhabit Roving Art Series

Kinship: Inhabit Roving Art Series

Sun, June 12, 2016

7:00 pm

Links Hall

Chicago, IL

$10

Live Performance Brock Neilson, William Hafer and son, Mitsu and Will Salmon, Holly Chernobyl, Allison Shyer, Charles Rice and video work by Aaron Ross, Amanda Vanvalkenburg, Jose Benavides and Jessica Hyattg

$10 Suggested Donation

Kinship
Kinship
Presented by Inhabit Roving Art Series and Links Hall

Kinship is centered around family and created communities. The work explores the complex nature of family and how we negotiate those relationships. The evening will consist of work addressing personal and abstract notions and experiences of kinship. This evening is part of In/habit which is a monthly roving art series. In/habit takes place each month in a different locations centered around the theme of the word in-habit. Kinship is connected to the idea of family who influence how we form our habits whether in agreement or discord.Kinship is centered around family and created communities. The work explores the complex nature of family and how we negotiate those relationships. The evening will consist of work addressing personal and abstract notions and experiences of kinship. This evening is part of In/habit which is a roving art series. In/habit takes place each month in a different locations centered around the theme of the word in-habit. Kinship is connected to the idea of family which is who we live with and influence how we form our habits whether in agreement or discord.


Allison Shyer is a performance artist and curator. She has performed at the Queer Ill and Ok at the Storefront Theater. She curates for the performance/sound/new media series "HER".

William Hafer is a painter and a percussionist composing art involving both disciplines. Cross discipline work is documented here, many music collaborations on view as well as demonstrations of hybrid rudiment creations for percussion students.

Holly Chernobyl has been a working artist for over a decade. Holly has performed at many spaces such as Links Hall, Hamlin Park, Templehead, and Defibrillator Gallery. She has created solo performances, danced in butoh pieces with Carole McCurdy & Sara Zalek, and worked with a talented array of Chicago artists.

Mitsu Salmon creates original performance, sound and visual works. She received her MFA from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has performed solo work at places such Performance Space 122, Dance Theater Workshop, Highways Performance Space and internationally at Hebbel Am Uffer, the Berlin Performance Art Festival, London.
Venue Information:
Links Hall
3111 N. Western Ave.
Chicago, IL, 60618
http://www.linkshall.org/