Spudnik Press Cooperative, together with Fulton Street Collective, are pleased to present An Evening with Richard Hull, Featuring Tim Daisy and Katinka Kleijn. This special concert and print release event are organized on the occasion of a newly published limited edition of prints by esteemed artist Richard Hull, produced by Spudnik Press Cooperative.
As part of the invitational Fine Art Editions Program at Spudnik Press, Hull created a sugar-lift aquatint intaglio print. The work is comprised of concentric circles and loops, carefully arranged on top of one another and accentuated by repetitive forms to give rise to a harmonious potrait-like structure, titled “Spud”.
A longtime fan of jazz improvisation, Hull’s lyrical artwork, including selections from his recent exhibition at Western Exhibitions, will be featured alongside a rare musical performance by Chicago-based percussionist and composer Tim Daisy and reknown Dutch cellist Katinka Kleijn. Distinguished for their contributions to the field of improvised music, Daisy and Kleijn will delight our audience with a spontaneous composition in response to Hull’s work, as well as share a few personal anecdotes about their cross-disciplinary collaboration —all in the intimate environment of Fulton Street Collective’s space.
About the Artists:
Tim Daisy is a percussionist and composer working in the fields of improvised and composed music. He has performed and recorded original music for modern dance, sound installations, film, and improvised music ensembles of various configurations since 1997. Daisy owns and operates Relay Records and also helps curate the weekly OPTION series at Experimental Sound Studio in Chicago.
Richard Hull is an accomplished artist with paintings, drawings and prints in numerous private collections. He has exhibited at the Art Institute of Chicago; Museum of Contemporary Art, Chicago; Nelson-Atkins Museum, Kansas City; the Aldrich Museum of Contemporary Art, Ridgefield, CT; Contemporary Art Center, Cincinnati, OH; Portland Art Museum, OR; the Cleveland Institute of Art, Cleveland, OH; and the Painting Center, New York, NY to name a few. Richard Hull is represented by Western Exhibitions, Chicago.
Katinka Kleijn defies today’s traditional definition of a cellist, transitioning comfortably through the styles of classical, experimental, contemporary, improvisatory, folk and progressive rock, as well as across the traditional fields of solo, chamber and orchestral performance. Kleijn is a member of the Chicago Symphony Orchestra, and is in frequent demand as soloist.