Installations + Exhibitions > Messages In The Street Public Art Installation

In the beginning sometimes I left messages in the street is a public art exhibition curated by Allison Glenn, that coupled artists and practices with the materiality of the built environment. Through the use of billboards, sculpture, performance, and sound, the artists in the exhibition considered the landscape of Chicago. The brevity of space and opportunities for engagement with the less traversed areas of the city became exciting moments for critical inquiry, site-responsiveness, and the activation of interstitial spaces. Exhibiting artists included: Cheryl Pope, Ayanah Moore, Derrick Adams, Faheem Majeed and more. For more information and to see the full series, visit: Messages In The Street