Please join us for artist-led gallery hours for The Hunger Will Wake Us: Hope Wang & Farnaz Khosh-Sirat.
This exhibition brings together new print work from Hope Wang and Farnaz Khosh-Sirat, who each explore the translational process of materializing digital animations and poetry text into print. Together they reflect on events of displacement through the metaphor of simultaneously losing and finding new meaning and new form via the act of translation.
Hope Wang uses printmaking, handweaving, painting, and photography to reimagine spatial association and visual perception. Wang references the architectural landscape as a malleable document of visual language where building facades become eroded, redacted, and defaced. Farnaz Khosh-Sirat is an Iranian light artist whose work employs digital tools to enhance human experiences of the sublime. Through the use of Persian architectural structures and patterns, Khosh-Sirat personifies human fragility in the contrasting positions between man and nature.
By reconfiguring fragments of hyper-specific architectural details, their works become “false” copies and traces of their constructed memories. These palimpsests’ postures of longing aren’t just decorative, but also serve as coded languages of their own.
Reservations are not required. The studio can accommodate up to 12 visitors at a time. If we are at capacity, you may be asked to wait a few minutes before entering. Masks and social distancing between households is required. Please review all Covid-19 Policies & Procedures before you visit.
Additional Gallery Hours:
The Hunger Will Wake Us will be on view May 21 through July 2, 2021 at Spudnik Press, 1821 W. Hubbard Street, Suite 302, Chicago, IL 60622.
Visitors can make an appointment by emailing firstname.lastname@example.org. Please include the date and time you would like to visit, and number of people in your party. We are typically able to accommodate visits between 10:00 a.m. – 6:00 p.m. Monday – Saturday and occasional weeknights.
(Left) Farnaz Khosh-Sirat, Leyl (detail), screen print on steel, 2021
(Right) Hope Wang, the night croaked with the ache of cicadas (detail), paper collage, 2021
This event is for everyone! If you require any access service to fully participate or have any questions about accessibility, please contact Angee Lennard at email@example.com. To ensure the best experience, please try to contact us at your soonest convenience.