About the exhibition
Ravel is an exhibition of two and three dimensional work that attracts with loose references leaving the mind to give up meaning in the pursuit of possibility. Recommended listening to accompany the viewing of the exhibition: Maurice Ravel’s Boléro.
About the curator
Danny Volk received a Master of Fine Arts in Visual Art from the University of Chicago (Chicago, IL) and a Bachelor of Arts in Theater Studies from Kent State University (Kent, OH). His recent exhibitions, screenings and performances include Mrs. Lincoln, What Did You Think of the Play at Milwaukee Institute of Art and Design (Milwaukee, WI), The News Gallery at SPACES (Cleveland, OH), The Baby Gap at Outhaus (Urbana, IL), Submissive Exhibitions at THE SUB-MISSION, As Stars at Daybreak for Hatch Projects at Chicago Artists Coalition, Live to Tape at Links Hall (Chicago, IL), Closed at Demo Projects (Springfield, IL), Presentism at PARSE Gallery (New Orleans, LA), among others. He has been a recipient of the Knight Art Challenge Grant through the John S. and James L. Knight Foundation, the DCASE (City of Chicago’s Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events) Individuals Artist Program Creative Project Grant, and a Propellor Fund Grant.