Posts tagged "ebersb9"
by Jeriah Hildwine What goes in, must come out. With all the free beer (despite Grolsch’s recent abandonment of the Chicago art scene) and wine at the openings, that’s a lot of urine being generated. And, it’s got to go someplace! We’re not all Andres Serrano, so it can’t all become art. We need bathrooms!... Read more »
This week’s snack report reads like an eight-year-old on a road trip: wine, wine, wine! Snacks were few and far between as was beer, but I must have put away at least a bottle’s worth of white and about half that worth of red. Your faithful snacker, checking out work by Gregory Jacobsen. We started... Read more »
by Jeriah Hildwine This past Friday, December the 11th, was a busy one for art openings, and there were plenty of drinks and snacks! Thomas Robertello was our first stop; our friend Adam Ekberg is having a show of his photographs there. They had Pabst Blue Ribbon, for which Steph opted, and Jim Beam with... Read more »
Review by Jeriah Hildwine Jason Ferguson’s current exhibition, Google Searching for God, at ebersb9, features evidence of his attempts at finding a higher power through an Internet search engine. The evidence presented consists of two 24×36″ digital prints, and a hand-built light table displaying a scroll of typewriter-embossed paper. The prints, titled God Sighting A... Read more »