Sara Ludy: A Space In-Between
Posted on | March 9, 2012 | No Comments
March 15, 6:00 p.m. | Sara Ludy in person
Sara Ludy, Transom (2011). Courtesy the artist.
The work of SAIC alumna Sara Ludy (BFA 2003) spans a wide variety of formats including photography, video, animated gifs, live performance, and large-scale installations. She explores the representation of domestic interiors, suburban architecture, and landscape design in virtual and real environments. This evening Ludy presents a selection of work, including videos from her ongoing Space Portraits (2010) series; clips from her Projection Monitor (2010–ongoing) project; and exhibition footage from Wallpapers (2011–ongoing). 2010–12, USA, Various formats, ca 75 minutes + discussion.
SARA LUDY (b. 1980, Santa Ana, CA) holds a BFA in New Media from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She is a member of the online art collective Computers Club and the band TREMBLEXY. Her work has been widely exhibited in the United States and Internationally at São Paulo Cinemateca Brasileira, 319 Scholes, Berkeley Art Museum, Luminary Center for the Arts, Hex Gallery, Armory Show, Artisphere, Ghost Gallery, Fe Arts Gallery, bubblebyte.org, Fabrien Fryns Fine Art, Heaven Gallery, and Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago.
Conversations at the Edge (CATE) is a weekly series of screenings, artist talks, and performances by some of the most compelling media artists of yesterday and today.
CATE is organized by the School of the Art Institute of Chicago's Department of Film, Video, and New Media in collaboration with the Gene Siskel Film Center and the Video Data Bank.
Programs take place Thursdays at 6pm at the Gene Siskel Film Center (164 N. State / Chicago, IL / 312.846.2600), unless otherwise noted.