A cold and bitter evening

7:00–10:30 p.m.
The Franklin
3522 W Franklin Blvd., Chicago

Bruce Neal, Catie Olson, Chris Hefner, Cole Pierce, EC Brown, George John Larson, Jon Bollo A.E. + Steven Fletcher A.E., Michelle Anne Harris, Miguel A. Del Real, Nicole Brunel, Rusty Shackleford, Stephanie Burke, Will Soderberg

Last-minute inclusions to the participant roster are always welcome.

First, allow me to furnish a compendium of readings.

As a gesture to CONSERVER, a Chicago botanical reconstruction by C. Smith in the Franklin gazebo, your evening's attire shall emanate modulations or oscillations. If worn by proxy, then you shall perform as valet in the most exemplary fashion.

This evening's pretext is the inauguration of your exposition cycle for the Spring. At a pinnacle moment, between 9:45 and 10:00 p.m., you (or your proxy) will enact a transition. The cycle will thus be initiated, and perhaps instantiated forthwith.

The [ar]rhythmic cycle, consisting of specimens or manifestations, shall either enjoy a select audience, or be accountable to a code of obscurity. It must, without fail, conclude on and no later than the first of May.




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