FULL EMPTY

Filter Photo is pleased to announce Full Empty, an exhibition of new photographic and sculptural work from Everything Is Collective, taking place at Filter Space. Full Empty will run from December 4 through December 28 with an opening reception on the evening of December 4, 6:00-9:00 pm.

 

This exhibition borrows its title from the 1971 cult classic sci-fi novel Roadside Picnic. The premise of that novel, a society faced with the presence of powerful and often misunderstood technology, sets the tone for a series of photographs, digital images, and sculptures that approach the contemporary image landscape as a Zone of unexplained phenomena and a source of dubious economies.

 

Based in Los Angeles and Chicago, Everything Is Collective (E.I.C.) is an ongoing collaboration between three artists: Aaron Hegert, Jason Lukas, and Zachary Norman. Since 2013 the group has worked together on numerous exhibitions, publications, and web-based projects, all of which address contemporary issues in photography and image culture. Their practice is truly collaborative, and all the works they create are attributed to the group as a whole. EIC has exhibited their work around the world including exhibitions at Royal Nonesuch Gallery in Oakland (forthcoming), Next Art Gallery in Sweden, and the Urban Arts Space at Ohio State University, and their publication Deliberate Operations #3 [Full Empty] has recently been shortlisted for the Anamorphosis Prize and added to the collection of the MoMA Library.

 

Filter Photo is proud to acknowledge the support of the David C. & Sarajean Ruttenberg Arts Foundation in producing this exhibition.

 

Exhibition Dates: December 4 – December 28, 2015
Opening Reception: Friday, December 4 | 6pm – 9pm
Location: Filter Space 1821 W. Hubbard St., Ste. 207

Gallery Hours: Monday – Saturday 11am – 5pm

LOCATION

Filter Space

1821 W Hubbard St | Suite 207

Chicago | Illinois | 60622

312.248.1961

HOURS

Monday - Friday | 11am - 5pm 

Saturday | 12 pm - 4 pm

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Filter Photo is partly supported by grants from The MacArthur Funds for Arts and Culture at The Richard H. Driehaus Foundation, Gaylord and Dorothy Donnelley Foundation, The Illinois Arts Council Agency, a CityArts Grant from the City of Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs & Special Events, The Fogelson Family Foundation, The Hegner Family Foundation, and Art Works of the National Endowment for the Arts.