VIBE: Video in the Built Environment
Participants: Drew Browning, Annette Barbier
Institutions: Columbia College Chicago, University Film and Video Association
Columbia College, Chicago, IL
Drew Browning and collaborator Annette Barbier have individual works in a site specific venue associated with the conference called VIBE: Video in the Built Environment. V.I.B.E. is an artist-led project that explores the impact of media in the built environment through curated site-specific interventions, presentations and published documentation.
Browning’s video piece, “Homeland Insecurity”, will show in the windows of 600 S. Michigan, as will Barbier’s “Homeland Security Advice”. Both these pieces are responses to the current threatening climate we all live in. VIBE is collaborating with Cornerhouse Gallery in Manchester, UK to exchange video collections and screen them in public venues in Chicago, Manchester and Liverpool U.K.
Also part of VIBE are several experimental outdoor works showing at the intersection of 11th Avenue and Wabash. These pieces will only be up on August 2nd, 8:30 - 10:00pm, when Browning will be showing, “Preserving Disorder”, an interactive sidewalk projection, recalling the images and dynamics of the summer of ’68 in Chicago. Barbier will also have an outdoor projected piece called, “Escape”, on a building in the same area.
VIBE SUMMER05::02-14 August 2005
Chicago-US, Liverpool-UK, Manchester-UK
Drew Browning and Annette Barbier will be talking about their work in this show on Aug. 5, at Columbia College, as part of the ()pen node Chicago new media discussion group. open-node.com
()PEN NODE August meeting:
Friday, Aug. 5, Glass Curtain Gallery, Columbia College, 11th and Wabash (SW corner)
Work will be available to view until 6:30, we will then adjourn to another room in the building. Work on view includes that of Mat Rappaport, Drew Browning and Annette Barbier. Conrad Gleber will also participate with discussion of VIBE (video in the built environment), on exhibit Aug. 2, 8:30 - 10:00pm, in and around 11th and Wabash as well as in the windows of 624 S. Michigan.
Date: August 2, 2005 - August 14, 2005