Sabina Ott: here and there pink melon joy

August 30, 2014—January 4, 2015

Chicago Cultural Center, Chicago Rooms, 2nd Floor North

Sabina Ott: here and there pink melon joy(click on image to enlarge)


Sabina Ott creates a site-specific installation of new works that creates a transformative psychic journey, turning three enormously windowed spaces overlooking Millennium Park into a mysterious and mystical hybrid environment. Suffering, fear, pleasure and transformation are evoked via the interaction with objects while sound and video play with material interpretations of text that describe transformational journeys, such as The World is Round by Gertrude Stein and Dante’s The Divine Comedy.

Sound installations by Joe Jeffers.

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