Made You Look
An exhibition of inconspicuous interventions
We invite you to join us in a one night only exhibition of inconspicuous installations hosted by the Southside Hub of Production. Made You Look features work from students in the “Installation: Material and Context” class at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and invites you to discover their work of inconspicuous stature and small gestures.
During a three-week period, seven artists carefully examined this space, worked on site, and installed site-specific work that inconspicuously intervenes. Some works were created from quiet observation of idiosyncratic architectural features, pieces that, when discovered, allude to the history of human interaction within the site. Other works explore a utopian ideal, creating systems out of what is normally taken for granted, inviting viewers to choose whether to participate or not.
Made You Look reveals the experiments of a contemplative practice. The artists not only ask you to discover their work, but also require that you look deeper into the spaces in which you exist.
Featuring works by:
Caryn Ann Bendrick
Christie Ann Carlson