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||Future Galerie to hold Oct. 1 event ahead of historic digital-art exhibit
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Future Galeriea contemporary, immersive and digital-art exhibition that explores methodologies for how art is being created and how culture is being experiencedwill hold a preview event Saturday, Oct. 1, at the 900 N. Michigan Ave. Shops.
Approximately 1,500 people attended the first preview event, held May 26.
At the Oct. 1 event, attendees will experience Refik Anadol's machine-learning algorithms that create abstract, dream-like environments displayed on a 190-foot canopy of overhead LED screens. Krista Kim's interplay of light, technology, and sound will be showcased on a massive projection-mapped screen suspended above guests heads while Art Blocks' gallery of physical and digital art will give guests a glimpse of the avant garde.
Also, Future Galerie will be collaborating with Chicago-based artist Brandon Breauxwidely known as the artist behind all three of Chance the Rapper's iconic album coversto produce an immersive pop-up experience and fashion gallery that focuses on Mental Health Awareness Week, which kicks off Monday, Oct. 3.
Future Galerie will also produce a series of panels and workshops, hosted by Eric Spivak of New Friendship Tech, featuring artists and top creative companies, such as Zaha Hadid Architects. The evening's soundtrack will be supplied by performances from international music collective Soulection, whose brand tagline is, fittingly, "The Sounds of Tomorrow."
The schedule will include educational and artist panels at 1-6 p.m., and gallery exhibits/performances at 7 p.m.-12 a.m.
See futuregalerie.com .
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