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Oliver Laric | 2008 | Double channel video

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Oliver Laric | 2008 | Double channel video

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Anna Kunz | Thisbe + Pyramus, 2010 | Site-specific installation: scrim, latex

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Nathaniel Robinson | Gray Can Pink Glove, 2010 | Pigmented resin

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Duncan Anderson | Fort Lonesome, New South Dakota, 2009 | Mixed media

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Duncan Anderson | Fort Lonesome, New South Dakota, 2009 | Mixed media

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Susan Giles | Buildings and Gestures, 2009 | Corrugated cardboard, wood, projection

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Anna Kunz | Thisbe + Pyramus, 2010 | Site-specific installation: scrim, latex

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Oliver Laric | 2008 | Double channel video

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Nathaniel Robinson | Gray Can Pink Glove, 2010 | Pigmented resin

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Susan Giles | Buildings and Gestures, 2009 | Corrugated cardboard, wood, projection

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Susan Giles | Buildings and Gestures, 2009 | Corrugated cardboard, wood, projection

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Susan Giles | Buildings and Gestures, 2009 | Corrugated cardboard, wood, projection

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Anna Kunz | Thisbe + Pyramus, 2010 | Site-specific installation: scrim, latex

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Duncan Anderson | "You motherfuckers are going to motherfucking pay!", 2010 | Mixed media

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Duncan Anderson | "You motherfuckers are going to motherfucking pay!", 2010 | Mixed media

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Susan Giles | Buildings and Gestures, 2009 (detail) | Corrugated cardboard, wood, projection

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Susan Giles | Buildings and Gestures, 2009 (detail) | Corrugated cardboard, wood, projection

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Susan Giles | Buildings and Gestures, 2009 (detail) | Corrugated cardboard, wood, projection

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Anna Kunz | Thisbe + Pyramus, 2010 | Site-specific installation: scrim, latex

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Oliver Laric | 2008 | Double channel video

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Oliver Laric | 2008 | Double channel video

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Oliver Laric | 2008 | Double channel video

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Anna Kunz | Thisbe + Pyramus, 2010 | Site-specific installation: scrim, latex

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Anna Kunz | Thisbe + Pyramus, 2010 | Site-specific installation: scrim, latex

QS4front

Quarterly Site #4: Registers

10.9.2010 -10.31.2010

Duncan AndersonSusan GilesAnna KunzOliver LaricNathaniel Robinson

Featuring curators:
Andrew Blackley
Stephanie Burke
Steve Ruiz

Quarterly Site #4: Registers is hosted by LVL3 gallery. Using proportion as a working theme, three curators have organized an exhibition that demonstrates the framework’s binary qualities as part of the art making and viewing experience. With the inclusion of works that exist in oppositional pairs, proportion is explored both

intuitively and in a most orderly fashion.Combining these different sets of artwork/information (registers) into an exhibition/ arrangement (coordinate system), the curators have created a dialogue that is representative of proportion’s many literal and
conceptual complexities.

Twelve Galleries Project began as a roving exhibition series featuring the work of emerging artists over the course of one year. With each new month, a new location was selected and a new gallery was formed, producing 12 site-specific exhibitions from JANUARY all the way through to DECEMBER gallery.

For its second transitory venture, Twelve Galleries Project presents the Quarterly Site Series. QSS will focus its attention to the efforts of curators and current Chicago galleries. Every quarter for the next three years, within an existing Chicago gallery, three curators will collectively organize a themed exhibition. Specific to QSS is collaboration. With the exception of a predetermined theme that is conducive to varied interpretation, there are no rules. Because there are no rules, each group of curators has the possibility to develop a unique model of curatorial practice.

Opening Reception:
Saturday, October 9, 2010
6:00pm – 10:00pm

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