“Plural”: The most awesome show you will ever see!
The new show at the University Gallery in Fulton Hall is an exhibition by Plural, a Chicago-based creative studio lead by Jeremiah Chiu and Renata Graw They do everything from design work, to motion based installations, to crazy experiments. Plural has received recognition and rewards from Print Magazine, HOW Magazine, Communication Arts, Creative Review, AIGA, and Typeforce. Some studios shouldn’t be this good, says the Breaks Over.
The exhibition, called Daily Practice, refers to the day-to-day evolution of their creative process which favors experimentation and play. It is all about looking and building on the simple says Chiu. The show will feature their prior print and video work–the result of that daily practice, as well as interactive and site-specific works, some of which are created collaboratively with SU students. It all starts Thursday, October 4 and runs through November 1, which leaves plenty of time to catch this awesome show.
There will be an artist talk with Jeremiah Chiu at 5 p.m. Thursday, October 4, in Fulton Hall Room 111, followed by the opening reception from 6-8 p.m. in the gallery. The gallery will then be open to the public 11 a.m.-4 p.m., Monday-Thursday, and 12-5 p.m. Saturday. Any other times by appointment. Admission is always free. So don’t miss this great opportunity to see some experimental multi-media design by one of the best studios in the country!
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