Creative Chicago: An Interview Marathon with Hans Ulrich Obrist

September 29, 2018
1–6 pm
Navy Pier, Aon Grand Ballroom
600 E Grand Avenue
Chicago

Creative Chicago: An Interview Marathon is a free five-hour series of interviews with artists, authors, architects, and others representing Chicago’s diverse creative community. Led by Hans Ulrich Obrist—artistic director of the Serpentine Galleries in London and one of the world’s leading art curators and critics, known for his long-form, dynamic interview marathons—it takes a multi-dimensional, multidisciplinary look at creativity in the city, past, present, and future. Through this wide-ranging dialogue, Obrist will examine the forces that have made and continue to make Chicago a creative powerhouse.

Creative Chicago is Obrist’s first US interview marathon. It is presented by the Chicago Humanities Festival during EXPO CHICAGO 2018 as part of Art Design Chicago, an initiative of the Terra Foundation for American Art.

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Interview marathon at the Serpentine Galleries, London. © Mark Blower.

Creative Chicago Participants

Amanda Williams, artist

Art Green, artist

Barbara Kasten, artist

Brandon Breaux, artist

Cauleen Smith, artist

Dawoud Bey, photographer

Eddie Bocanegra, organizer/activist

Eula Biss, writer

Eve Ewing, writer/visual artist

Fatimah Asghar, poet

Gerald Williams, artist

Jeanne Gang, architect

Joseph Grigely, artist/art historian

Louise Bernard, museum director, Obama Presidential Center Museum

Richard Hunt, sculptor

Shani Crowe, artist/performer

Stanley Tigerman, architect

Theaster Gates, artist

Tim Samuelson, city historian

And more to be announced ...

This program is free and open to the public. It is wheelchair accessible and includes sign language interpretation.