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During SM7 we used the Co-Prosperity Sphere as a site for developing new projects like the Reuben Kincaid Showroom and the CPS-1. CPS1: A Space Colony was a group exhibition using the entire 5,000 sq ft gallery and display windows of the Co-Prosperity Sphere. The mostly black lighted show contains works, murals and sculptures by:
Juan Angel Chavez
Michael T. Rea
Select Media Festival 6 opened November 9th and ran through November 17th 2007, in the experimental cultural center, the Co-Prosperity Sphere, and other venues across the city. The sixth annual media arts festival features video programs, art exhibitions, installations, presentations, a talent show, and performance programs in conjunction with live music and action.
This year we are transforming our gallery, the Co-Prosperity Sphere into a space colony called CPS1. We feel it is a step towards producing a solution to virtually all the problems rising from the limitations of our earthly environment. For some the CPS1 colony becomes an alternative space of interaction and communication for those seeking the highest achievements of humankind. For others its an art exhibition bathed in black lights. You be the judge.
(party planet by Thunderhorse)
THE EVENT HORIZON
OPENING OF SELECT MEDIA FESTIVAL 6
November 9, 2007 8pm
Location: Co-Prosperity Sphere ::
3219-21 South Morgan St.
Chicago Il 60608
Admission: $10 suggested donation
The Co-Prosperity Sphere turns into a flexigonic space colony called CPS1 hosting a number of group exhibitions and installations accompanied by performance art, videos and music. The colony structures and sculptures act as Space_Craft installations and also serve as micro-venues for festival performance programs. Please come to the colony in proper space person/being/alien attire.
960 W 31st Street
Chicago Il 60608
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