Bone and Blood: Structural Bodies in Motion Gallery Show

Bone and Blood Structural Bodies in Motion produced by Squid 3 curated by Phillip Schalekamp September 28 - October 12, 2013

Bone and Blood: Structural Bodies in Motion

September 28 – October 12, 2013

Opening Receptions
Saturday, Sept. 28, 6 – 10 p.m. / Sunday, Sept. 29, Noon – 4 p.m.

Event Location
Squid3 Gallery, 1907 N. Mendell St., Ste. #4-H, Chicago, IL 60642 (map)

Alex Baker / Youngbin Choi / Jordan Eagles / Carla Gunn Lents / David Jamieson / Chris Jett / John Joyce / Deborah Kapoor / Anthony Kosar / Sharon Lindenfeld / Christine LoFaso / Robyn Maitland / Geno Malusek / Nathan Mason / Sarah Rehmer / Robin Monique Rios / Jonathan Rosenzweig / Phillip Schalekamp / Alma Elaine Shoaf / Betsy Van Die / Andrew Werby / Karen Wessels / Melinda Whitmore

From the group that brought you Dissecting Art, Intersecting Anatomy, Squid3 presents 22 artists’ interpretations of seemingly opposite, visceral textures and of their exploration into how blood, bone, and even our physical bodies & thoughts are intrinsically connected and always in motion. Join us for wine, hors d’oeuvres, and live performances by aerial artists on the hoop, trapeze, and silks throughout the evening on September 28, 2013. The show is curated by Phillip Schalekamp, Squid3 founder & gallery owner.

If you’re in or around Chicago, don’t miss this show and the space. The gallery is located in an old industrial building with a gorgeous view of the city.

Street Anatomy will be participating as a vendor during the show and will be selling the latest items from our Street Anatomy Gallery Store. Stop by and say hello!

About Squid3
Squid3 is a creative collective whose mission is to produce art events that transcend the commercial gallery environment to allow artists of all types the autonomy to experiment with their work, connect with a public audience, and facilitate meaningful interactions to craft an innovative, arts-based experience. Squid3 is Chicago-based with an international following.