Sound Opinions hosts Jim DeRogatis and Greg Kot – two of the finest and best-recognized pop music writers in the nation – sit down with living legends from all three of Chicago's musical movements of the 1980s including Chris Connelly (Revo
Renowned for photographs, videos, and text-works that challenge narrow, conventional views of gender, identity, culture, history, and memory, Lorna Simpson discusses her process and her most recent work, placing it in the context of the history of her practice.
Scottish artist Susan Philipsz, winner of the 2010 Turner Prize, shares the ideas and processes that generated We Shall Be All, a new sound installation that draws from Chicago's political and labor history.
This afternoon symposium offers insight into the creative process of Chicago's Every House Has a Door, which is performing the piece "Let us think of these things always. Let us speak of them never." at the MCA Chicago.
How does where we live affect our understanding of our environment? Elizabeth Francis, an architect keenly interested in architectural research and sustainability, takes us on a journey to explore this question.
Helen Molesworth, cocurator of the exhibition Luc Tuymans, discusses Tuymans’s work. She helps us contextualize it and consider how the mechanisms he uses intentionally establish a psychically charged relationship between us viewers, his subjects, and the paintings themselves.