Please Join us at Hyperlink Gallery on Friday April 17th from 6-10pm for
Tangles & Tangents
tangle 1 |ˈtaNGgəl|
verb [ with obj. ] (usu. be tangled)
a confused mass of something twisted together: a tangle of golden hair.
• a confused or complicated state; a muddle.
• informal a fight, argument, or disagreement.
1 a straight line or plane that touches a curve or curved surface at a point, but if extended does not cross it at that point.
2 a completely different line of thought or action
3 Mathematics the trigonometric function that is equal to the ratio of the sides (other than the hypotenuse) opposite and adjacent to an angle in a right triangle.
(of a line or plane) touching, but not intersecting, a curve or curved surface.
Featuring works by:
Jessica Taylor Caponigro
Tangles & Tangents seeks to highlight the vast possibilities that exist when artists re-imagine and interpret these terms using their own tastes and interests to create symbolic connections. The works selected offer viewers a range of interpretations and applications of these forms and pull from a variety of influences.
Hyperlink Gallery is located in the Zhou B Art Center
Room 015 (Lower Level)
1029 W. 35th St. Chicago, IL 60609
Certain elements within a romantic relationship aid a couple in bonding. Different couples use different elements. What happens when the connecting feature is art making?
Hyperlink is excited to present Couple Things, which takes a snap shot of artist couples who work together with visual creativity. The artist couples are represented by showing each individual’s work as well as the couple’s collaborative work. By showing the couple’s collaborative work alongside their individual works, the viewers get a glimpse of their new artistic identity, as a pair. The show also demonstrates how art can be a tool for partners to unify and grow together.
Participating artist couples are Amber Cobb and Jason Below, Kathryn Wingard and Xi Zhang, Shaun C. Gibson and Myriam Gibson, Matt Weedman and Annie Strader, Thomas Scharfenberg and Emily Moyer.
Hyperlink is a noncommercial gallery that represents an experimental collective of artists focused on creating interchange between art communities from different locations. Hyperlink artists aim to connect to local artists in their home city via critical dialogue, curated exhibitions, and collaboration. For more information please see Hyperlink’s website at hyper-link.org. Hyperlink can be contacted at email@example.com
1029 W 35th St, Lower Level Studio #015, Chicago, IL 60609