curated by Chuck Przybyl

Nov 14 – Dec 5


An exhibition that celebrates making art through technology. Work featured will include robotic drawing, 3D printing, laser cutting, textile circuitry, algorithmic art, image slicing, circuit bending, and prosthetics. Although often unsung – artists having access to new technologies has historically pushed and propelled creative endeavors. The exciting new technologies of today have been pushing the overall culture of DIY and propelling the Maker Movement. This is a participatory culture that embraces tools and empowers masses of people to innovate and create. Technologic explores and showcases not only how art is currently being produced with new tools, but how fringe technologies can be used in progressive and cutting edge ways.
Viewers also have an opportunity to “go deeper” to gain further insight through series of discussions and workshops as well information on the processes at the exhibit.

Technologic is curated by Chuck Przybyl for Chicago Art Department.
Artists: Tom Burtonwood, Harvey Moon, Luftwerk, Jesse Seay, Nathan Davis, Christopher Breedlove, Christian Oiticica, Leo Selvaggio, and Russell Prather.
The Technologic video playlist features work by Sputniko!, Holly Herndon, Chuck Przybyl, Luftwerk and C-Freddi / Mantic Conceptual.

Nov. 14 – Nov. 22, 2014
Opening Reception Nov. 14 – 6-10 PM
3D Printing Workshop with Tom Burtonwood Saturday Nov. 15 – 2-5 PM
Gallery Talk – Saturday Nov. 22 – Open Hours 2-5 PM, Gallery Talk at 3PM
Closing Reception – Friday Dec. 5 – 7-9 PM
Chicago Art Department – 1932 S. Halsted St. Suite 100 Chicago IL 60622 USA

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Photos of the Technologic Opening can be found here –

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