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Republishing 2004 Whiteboard Project

In 2004, I exhibited three dry erase coated diagrams and six vinyl banners, after George Lakoff’s “Moral Politics: How Liberals and Conservatives Think” (1996).To facilitate conversations, I was present during the run of the exhibit, which was located in a storefront

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Straw Star

Here are the recent finds from the 1960’s. Properly framed now, in the studio. And a few current studio moments:   Thanks to Rachel Harper for creating this show: https://m.flickr.com/#/photos/chicagoartdepartment/albums/72157662361269943/

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Enter the Matrix – Vimeo Channel

Up so far: My talk on August 23rd, 2014 and the 3 sound responses to diagrams, by Andrea Sodomka, Maria Gstaettner and Judith Leemann: https://vimeo.com/channels/821565

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Enter the Matrix – Artist Talk (Performance Lecture)

August 23rd, 2014, 10:30 – 12:00, Michigan Galleries, Chicago Cultural Center All works in the exhibition “Enter the Matrix” are printed on vitreous enamel – Whiteboards. For Adelheid Mers’ annotated talk, the artist uses all surfaces to write and draw.

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Pics from the Chicago Cultural Center residency twitter feed #CCCres1

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Knowing then Thinking then Knowing then …

It is a familiar phenomenon. An artist knows what is right and does it. Then comes contextualization, and as that is internalized, it leads to more work. A double helix, in a way.  To be around my exhibition, Enter the Matrix, through the residency opportunity

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Chicago Cultural Center – exhibition and residency

It’s official – as of yesterday, I’ve been awarded the first residency in the newly renovated first floor Chicago Cultural Center Garland Gallery, April 25 – mid July. It’s an amazing space. I’m also opening an extensive exhibition of my diagrams in

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