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Inferno's Growth Residency Showcase at Humboldt Music

Saturday, September 23, 2017 from 12:00 PM - 3:00 PM

Humboldt Park
1400 N. Sacramento Ave
Chicago, Illinois 60622

(312) 742-7549


Fee: Free

Age Range: Any

For 6 weeks over the summer, Chicago Park District's Inferno Mobile Recording Studio sent four artists-in-residence to parks all across Chicago. The selected artists work in a diverse array of disciplines, including experimental music, film, sound art, and performance, and are all extremely accomplished in their respective fields. In the parks, they led collaborations with and between young people and park patrons exploring music, field recording, therapeutic sound art, video, storytelling, digital media, and journalism. At GROWTH, the artists will present the work they?ve built from those sessions:

Emme Williams: an audio/visual project presenting and reinterpreting recordings made with Arts XIII campers on the themes identity, community, and solidarity

Ed Bornstein: 2 short documentaries: one about the Fresh Moves bus, shot and edited by TRACE staff; another on the work TRACE did this summer concerning urban agriculture and food justice (with footage and testimonials from TRACErs)
Rob Frye: an interactive musical project inviting visitors to listen to, mix and layer loops of park sounds recorded or created by day campers, as well as their own

Ben Lamar Gay: a performance in which the artist (and special guest) reshape and improvise over sounds and music made with and by CPD special recreation participants

?as well as some very special guests


Add to Calendar09/23/2017 12:00 PM09/23/2017 03:00 PMAmerica/ChicagoInferno's Growth Residency Showcase at Humboldt
For 6 weeks over the summer, Chicago Park District's Inferno Mobile Recording Studio sent four artists-in-residence to parks all across Chicago. The selected artists work in a diverse array of disciplines, including experimental music, film, sound art, and performance, and are all extremely accomplished in their respective fields. In the parks, they led collaborations with and between young people and park patrons exploring music, field recording, therapeutic sound art, video, storytelling, digital media, and journalism. At GROWTH, the artists will present the work they?ve built from those sessions:

Emme Williams: an audio/visual project presenting and reinterpreting recordings made with Arts XIII campers on the themes identity, community, and solidarity

Ed Bornstein: 2 short documentaries: one about the Fresh Moves bus, shot and edited by TRACE staff; another on the work TRACE did this summer concerning urban agriculture and food justice (with footage and testimonials from TRACErs)
Rob Frye: an interactive musical project inviting visitors to listen to, mix and layer loops of park sounds recorded or created by day campers, as well as their own

Ben Lamar Gay: a performance in which the artist (and special guest) reshape and improvise over sounds and music made with and by CPD special recreation participants

?as well as some very special guests


. http://www.chicagoparkdistrict.com/events/Infernos-Growth-Residency-Showcase-at-Humboldt/
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