James McAnally writes an experimental elegy of alternative spaces that have closed or transitioned over the past year-plus.
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THAT: A conversation on art that isn’t art (but maybe really is) and on non-art that is art (but maybe shouldn’t be) What the hell does it mean to consider something *as* art vs. as *art*? And should anyone even care?
Editor James McAnally considers the reemergence of the alternative space as a potential community past captial in this essay commissioned for PHONEBOOK 4, published by Threewalls.
Threewalls was founded in 2003 to provide greater support and visibility for the visual arts community in Chicago. Today, threewalls operates a research residency; commissions a major project by a visiting artist; supports four SOLO exhibitions; programs a SALON series; and partners with other organizations on publications and education.