Speechless examines technological limitations

Tom DeFanti, Phil Morton, Dan Sandin and Bob Snyder , RYRAL, 1976

With an increasing abundance of technology at our collective fingertips, the potential for creating and disseminating moving images seems almost endless. Curated by Eric Fleischauer, Speechless is a one-night public screening of video art examining the role of technology in shaping visual culture. The screening will take place from 6 to 9 p.m. on February 29 at the Museum of Contemporary Photography in Chicago.

Screened in conjunction with the MoCP’s current exhibition, Limits of Photography, the artists featured in this screening locate the various immaterial and structural qualities present within the medium of video, subverting and usurping these qualities to tap a unique creative potential.

Featuring work from: Agnes Bolt, Phil Morton, Takeshi Murata, Monica Panzarino, Jennifer Proctor, Jon Satrom, John Smith, Scott Stark, Andrew Norman Wilson.

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