Art Performance at Glenbrow/Gunning House

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Modmom1
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Art Performance at Glenbrow/Gunning House

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Glenbrow was the site of an art performance by French Visual Artist Laëtitia Badaut Haussmann as part of a series of works at CCAD's Beeler Gallery curated by Jo-ey Tang. The artist used that the backdrop of organic architecture to "map out the unconscious undercurrents of design in the human condition."

During the performance, letters were read written by Mary and Robert Gunning to Tony Smith expressing their deep appreciation for the house and how living in such a place has brought so much to their lives. This video is by Joseph Charlton. The event was presented in partnership with EXPO Chicago, Art in America and the Cultural Services of the French Embassy in the United States.

For those of us facing the grey of winter, the scenery will remind us that spring is not too far in the future.



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SDR
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Post by SDR »

Remarkable. And no one cracked a smile . . .

It's wonderful to see the house and grounds looking so good ! And a perfect day for it, too . . .?

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