A night of music and sound with Infinite Games artist/musicians
Thursday, June 7, 7-10pm
Open House Contemporary
740 N. Ogden, Chicago, IL
All are invited to a music night at Open House Contemporary, and an opportunity to tour Infinite Games. A group of the artists in the exhibition perform on one of the 3 floors housing the exhibition. Performers include Madeleine Aguilar, Tadd Cowen, Douglas Ewart, Walter Kitundu, Lou Mallozzi, Dan Sullivan, Titus Wonsey.
Madeleine Aguilar was born in Phoenix, Arizona in 1998. She currently lives in Chicago, IL where she attends The School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
In 2015 Madeleine made an album titled Made In which chronicled the life of Joan of Arc and help her overcome her personal difficulties. In 2017 she completed an album titled yearlong, which is comprised of a song for every month as a record of an entire year of her life.
Douglas R. Ewart-
The polymathic Douglas R. Ewart has been honored for his work as a composer, improvising multi-instrumentalist, Professor Emeritus, conceptual artist, sculptor, mask and instrument designer, builder and more. As an educator, Ewart bridges his kaleidoscopic activities with a vision that opposes today’s divided world by culture-fusing works that aim to restore the wholeness of communities and their members, and to emphasize the reality of the world’s interdependence.
Kitundu is an artist, inventor, and musician known for creating turntable based instruments and site-specific installations. He is also an educator, birder, motorcyclist, and MacArthur Genius.
Lou Mallozzi is an interdisciplinary artist who works in sound art, installation, performance, improvised music, and other intersecting realms. He is on the Sound Department faculty at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.
Musician and furniture designer Dan Sullivan has lived in Chicago for over 20 years. Dan owns Navillus Woodworks, a custom fabrication business, and plays in Arriver, a heavy metal/art-prog rock group that has released 3 full-length LPs and several EPs. The most recent LP, Emeritus, was released in late 2016, and retells the Chernobyl disaster as a parable of magical realism.
Selected Reviews of Infinite Games
Bauwelt – German design and architecture magazine.