Fast fashion, green screens and a doll named Kissy—‘On Notice’ at SITE/less gives agency to a choreographer’s collaborators Oct 8, 2019 | By Lauren Warnecke “For “On Notice,” Kranicke built movement patterns based on a series of platforms designed by Sundry. Each runway extends into a half pipe on the edges of SITE/less’s oblong space, and
Finding the Edges: Architecture Leads the Dance in “On Notice” at SITE/less “Dancers and audience members passing in front of the green screens will be captured by filmmaker Ted Hardin, who will serve as performer and cameraman, live-feeding to Mat Rappaport’s Range Mobile Lab, a 1995 GMC step van loaded with video gear in which Rappaport
Boundary Issues brings together a wide range of works and art installations by a dozen contemporary artists. Within this warehouse exhibition are found-object installations, kinetic sculpture, fiber art, ambient video projection from a renovated delivery truck, and more. This exhibit is an invitation to look at the contemporary art produced in Evanston. 942 Pitner Ave, June
range will be at the Block Museum as part of Bright Night for the Arts in Evanston on November, 3rd. We’ll be driving routes in and around Northwestern’s campus and temporarily parking outside of the Block.
range will be rolling out in Evanston for the last performance of the season. This Saturday from 6-9pm. Location: At the various gallery sites and on the streets of Evanston, 6-9p Description: a video performance using the new Range Mobile Lab. The Range Mobile Lab, a converted a 1995 GMC step van, captures images from