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We Divided by Us

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  • Triptic installed for the opening at the Chicago Cultural Center's Expo72 gallery.
  • Another set of three installed in the gallery front of Chicago's Whistler.
  • The series included an edition of 300 two-color silkscreened posters. Of which 200 were altered with hand-painted lettering.
  • While shown in several galleries and having sold into many personal collections the project could not be complete without having a life outdoor. Chicago, Spring of 2010, near the California Blue Line station. Your fear will save you.
  • Spring of 2010, Washington, D.C. Through repetition the authoritarian aesthetic takes weight while evoking an opportunity for others to voice their opinion.
  • Step one, 2-color screen printing at the Screwball Press Studio.
  • Step two, freshly letter the piece using a proper lettering brush and some india ink.
  • Step three, get out into the world and find the proper context for the life of the statement. 
  • Step four... step back and document.
  • Spring of 2010, Washington, D.C. Afterall, the Mayans and The Pleiades say we will have no problems.
  • Spring of 2010, Washington, D.C. But faith, perhaps it's faith that can fix it all.
  • Spring of 2010, Chicago Irving Park. The next time around we will get it right.
  • A third chance....
  • Spring of 2012, Chicago on Milwaukee Avenue near Kimball and Diversey. Fun has always sounded like a word of German origin.
  • Spring 2011, Chicago Uptown. Love will save us.
  • Spring 2010, Chicago West Town. Dismissing the issue... ignore the problem... get angry... curses. 
  • We Divided by Us was created for the WPA inspired exhibition Printervention. It opened at the Chicago Cultural Center's Expo72 Gallery after which it was installed into Logan Square's The Whistler. The exhibition has since traveled to Nashville, Detroit and Denmark. Printervention was organized by Emily Clayton, Chris Roberson and Ed Marszewski. It was a part of Version Festival 2010, an annual arts festival in Chicago produced by the Public Media Institute.

    Some of the artist and designers highlighted in Printervention were Andy Luce, Spudnik Press, Chad Kouri, Delicious Design League, John Pobojewski, Letterform, Luke Williams, Margot Harrington, Mat Daly, Plural, Reuben Kincaid, Ryan Duggan, Sonnenzimmer, Steve Walters, Veronica Corzo-Duchardt and many others.