Exposed hardware, scaffolding, a coffin shaped like Mies’s Crown Hall at IIT, photography of Golan, chain link used by settlers to carve out the Jeffersonian Grid: These are some of the ephemera on display at the Chicago Architecture Biennial’s fifth iteration (CAB5) which opened last week. This is a Rehearsal is installed across Chicago, including at the Chicago Cultural Center, Graham Foundation, Blanc Gallery, Chicago Architecture Center, and James R. Thompson Center. It’s curated by Floating Museum, an art collective founded by avery r. young, Andrew Schachman, Faheem Majeed, and Jeremiah Hulsebos-Spofford.
This is a Rehearsal speculates “how contemporary environmental, political, and economic issues
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