The Chicago Architecture Biennial (CAB,,) is taking place at different venues and locations all over Chicago from October through January. Rebuild Foundation’s new Stony Island Arts Bank ( is opening in October and Black Cinema House will have a place there for screenings and workshops. Rebuild has teamed up with CAB and is working with these concepts to connect with art programming: October-public space; November-everyday design; and December-housing. I would like to use these themes as prompts to guide our improvised audiovisual performance. Poetically reflecting an emotion of a dream state, a body or its point of view moving through space and time. I would like to evoke the human desire to  move outside our current reality, aware of a history/memory while desiring to be move beyond.

I will draw from my recent video material filmed in the Grand Crossing neighborhood and this will help localize the narrative. George Schaffer, will draw from the re-use of discarded 16mm material of documentaries (i.e. Egyptian ruins) and home movies. He and I will improvise superimposing our work. I am interested in seeing how these two materials and our interaction can add a new layer and approach to what we created this past spring. 

a note on The Turbine/Bridge:

Related Projects
– Cinema Education at Black Cinema House:
– Cinema Programming at Black Cinema House:
– Cinema Artwork at Black Cinema House: Screening of “Nacelle” & “Resti” by Marco G. Ferrari, April 16, 2015,; The Bridge: Sonic Communion Exploratory Tour, May 4, 2015,; Surfaces: An Outdoor Video Projection, June 21, 2015,; Surfaces: Grand Crossing I; Outdoor Projection on the Stony Island Arts Bank, October 3, 2015,; Dream State: an improvised audiovisual performance, November 5, 2015,; The Sync: The Bridge #5, May 5, 2016,