UnLock Hause presents:
– used to describe a way of filming something in which many photographs are taken over a long period of time and are shown quickly in a series so that a slow action (such as the opening of a flower bud) appears to happen quickly.
In Spanish the word lapse, may or may not refer to time, which is why it is not redundant to say lapso de tiempo (time lapse). And because lapso is frequently used with reference to time, it is sometimes enough to just enunciate the word lapso, if in context it is used to talk about time.
In its new location, 2872 N Drake #3R (corner of N Drake and Milwaukee), UnLock Hause opens with installations by Coral Pereda, Arielle Tonkin and Pia Cruzalegui.
Sunday, September 10, 2:00 – 5:00 PM. The theme for this new opening is time-lapse.
Coral Pereda is a Spanish photographer and filmmaker, currently based in Chicago. She grew up in Madrid, Spain but has lived in Germany, Switzerland and Italy. She graduated with an MFA in Photography from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. She has a bachelor degree in Communication from IE University, Spain and master in Photography and Design from Elisava School of Design and Engineering, Barcelona, Spain. She has exhibited and screened work at Galería Mitte, Centro Comercial Las Arenas, Fundació Vila Casas in Barcelona and at the Nightingale Cinema, at Defibrillator Performance Art Gallery, and Expo Chicago Art Fair, all in Chicago, Illinois
Arielle Tonkin is an artist and an educator. She holds a combined B.A. in Conflict Studies and Visual Arts from Boston University, and an MFA in Studio Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. In 2012 she earned a fellowship from Yeshivat Hadar in NYC, studying Biblical Hebrew and Aramaic legal texts. Prior to pursuing her degree, she was Museum Educator at the Contemporary Jewish Museum in San Francisco, Public Programs Coordinator at the Magnes Collection of Jewish Art and Life at UC Berkeley, Creative Content Manager for a Boston-based web startup, and years of museum administration and education experience from the Peabody Museum of Archaeology and Ethnology at Harvard University and the Haifa Museum of Art.
Pia Cruzalegui is a Peruvian artist and curator based in Chicago. She holds an MFA in Studio Art from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Before moving to Chicago to pursue her graduate degree, Pia lived in Miami, where she worked as a designer and directed the media lab at the University of Miami where she assisted with the collection of documentation for the Cuban Heritage Collection and assisted in curating archival objects for the library’s seasonal exhibitions. In Chicago, Pia works in her practice and curates UnLock Hause and the Twisted Oyster Film Festival. Pia has exhibited in Miami, New York, Paris, Dubai and Chicago, and has screened her work in diverse locations including the City of Miami Beach City Hall and Art Basel.