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Sara Schnadt

Sara Schnadt is a curator, technology project designer and new media artist. Her performance, installation and data visualization practice is informed by her work in technology, and often involves representations or data that translate large quantities of socially resonant information into poetic, spatial and material forms.

She currently works as Project Manager for OpenElections and Community Liaison/Designer for CensusReporter, two Knight News Challenge: Data projects. Previously, she was Director of Communications and Outreach at 18th Street Arts Center in Los Angeles, co-curator of Chicago's IN>TIME Performance Art Festival, and co-founder and Chief Technologist for the Chicago Artists Resource (CAR) website at the Chicago Department of Cultural Affairs.

Her shows include: 'Drafting Universes' at Adjunct Positions and Perform Chinatown in LA; 'Travelogue' at Torrance Art Museum; MCA Chicago's '12x12' series and 'Without You I Am Nothing', 'Network', Hyde Park Art Center, Site Unseen Performance Festival, and Balloon Contemporary (all in Chicago); 'Spatial City, An Architecture of Idealism' at MOCAD Detroit; 'Travel Patterns' at Counterpath, Denver; 'Exchange Rate' public projection series in LA and NY; 'Upgrade!' in Skopje, Macedonia and Sao Paulo, Brazil; FreeManifesta, Frankfurt; and the Busan Biennale in South Korea.

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Dissecting Oppression: The Evocative Work of Leander Djønne

18th Street Arts Center Artist in Residence Leander Djønne's work reflects his interest in the socio-economic power struggles that occur in industrial cities.
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An Artist for President: An Interview with Susanna Bixby Dakin

Working at the nexus of feminism and performance art, Susanna Bixby Dakin ran independently for the presidency of the United States in 1984 during a year-long, durational piece called An Artist for President.
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Sounds in Oaxacalifornia: Gala Porras-Kim Investigates Indigenous Tones

Gala Porras-Kim's exhibition "Prospecting Notes About Sounds," currently on view at 18th Street Arts Center, researches Zapotec culture, its tonal language, and the variations of dialects contained within Oaxaca.
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Tim Portlock's Chronicles of De-Industrialization

Tim Portlock uses a range of digital media platforms to investigate the social and economic impact of America's rapid de-industrialization.
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The Gender Battles of Alexandra Croitoru

Romanian artist Alexandra Croitoru's work seeks to expose and challenge sociological, geo-political and gender power structures in present-day Romania.
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