I exhibited Inner Monster, a stop-motion self portrait with animated mud mask created on a super-8 camera and displayed as a repeating single channel video installation for the Cheap Art a juried exhibition of work created from inexpensive media and materials at the Betty Rymer Gallery in Chicago. Cheap Art ran from February 10th, 1995 through Wednesday, March 29th, 1995.
From Chicago Sun-Times, Friday, February 10th, 1995:
Kindergarten pop: If you own cardboard, crayons, markers, ballpoint pens, tempera or poster paints, you too can try to create works like those in the “Cheap Art” exhibit opening tonight through March 29 at the School of the Art Institute’s Betty Rymer Gallery. The juried show also includes works based on low-cost forms of image reproduction such as photocopiers and disposable cameras. A special reception runs from 5 to 7PM today. Admission is free. The gallery, 280 S. Columbus, is open 10am to 5pm Monday through Saturday. Call (312) 443-3703
From Chicago Tribune,
Sunday, March 5th, 1995:
“Art Exhibit. School of the Art Institute, Betty Rymer Gallery, 280 S. Columbus Drive, 10AM to 5PM. Cheap Art, a juried exhibition of work created from inexpensive media and materials ranging from cardboard, crayons, magic markers and ballpoint pens to tempera and poster paints. The exhibition will also display works that use low-cost and accessible forms of image reproduction. Continues all week.