Mess hall2008fall 2

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  • this exhibit of fibers informed media examines our lived experience of today's social, economic and political moment in history. While labor replacing technology has eliminated the necessity for hand work, we see a resurgence of interest in knitting, quilting and fiber based art and craft. What is at the heart of this? How do artists working in fiber media express their understanding of the relationship between fiber, it's history as women's work, as craft, yet also as product and commodity? Includes embroidery, quilt, applique, weaving, fabric construction, multi-media and other work addressing these issues of fiber.
  • Mess hall2008fall 2

    1. 1. KEYHOLDERS
    2. 2. MESS HALL KEYHOLDERSCURRENT 2003-FOUNDERS AT LARGEAay Preston-Myint Brett Bloom Sam GouldLora Lode Ava Bromberg Brett BloomAmy Partridge Salem Collo-Julin Ava BrombergMatthias Regan Marc Fisher Salem Collo-JulinSophia Mihic Marianne Fairbanks Jane PalmerCassie Smith Jane Palmer Dan WangNicholas Lampert Dan Wang Mike WolfDiana Berek Mike Wolff Natasha WheatErik Newman Britt ShawverMarc Fisher
    3. 3. WORKSHOPS-It is important to us to share knowledge and build up a culture of participation, access, and empowerment rather thanof competition, intellectual property, and proprietary information.
    4. 4. KNITTING
    5. 5. DJ WORKSHOP
    6. 6. PLUSH TOY
    7. 7. FOOD TECHNOLOGY
    8. 8. BOOKMAKING
    9. 9. SCREENPRINTING
    10. 10. FELTING
    11. 11. Straw Bale Construction
    12. 12. EVENTS
    13. 13. MetalFestAug 27, 28 2004
    14. 14. AREA magazine event
    15. 15. WOCHENKLAUSUR
    16. 16. Glenwood Ave Arts Festival screen-printing workshop
    17. 17. RADICAL URBAN ECOLOGY,FOOD DEMOCRACY, SUSTAINABLE DESIGN
    18. 18. FIELD TRIPNANCE KLEHM
    19. 19. PRINTEDMATERIALARCHIVE
    20. 20. VERTICAL STORAGE - DAN PETERMAN
    21. 21. Free Box
    22. 22. EXHIBITIONS
    23. 23. MAPPING PART I
    24. 24. MAPPING PART IBuckminster Fuller - The Dymaxion Map Guy Debord (Situationists) - The Naked City The American military network ARPAnet was conceived as a way to maintain uninterrupted communications in the event of nuclear war. Ancestor of the Internet and foundation of the Global Information Infrastructure, ARPAnet springs from exactly the same source as the "push-button war" that lay behind it : the change of scale provoked by the early 20th century discoveries in physics, within an industrial society capable of organizing the productivity - including the scientific productivity - of thousands of agents.Bureau D’Etudes
    25. 25. MAPPING PART I
    26. 26. The City Without a Ghetto: Housing SystemsThe Center for Urban Pedagogy
    27. 27. The City Without a Ghetto: Housing SystemsThe Center for Urban Pedagogy
    28. 28. Amos Paul Kennedy, Jr.
    29. 29. MAPPING PART II
    30. 30. MAPPING PART II At the site of where Fred Hampton, leader of Chicago’s Black Panthers, was murdered in his sleep.
    31. 31. Erik Newman’s Pre-Trip
    32. 32. Unhoused
    33. 33. Stitched in Time and Place: in collaboration with the Chicago Labor and Arts Festival Group Show Micheal MilanoJudith Brotman Dee ClemensNancy A. Bernardo
    34. 34. Mess Hall at PolvoEtorno: grass grows greener on the other sideApril 28 - May 20, 2006
    35. 35. messhall.org

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