University of Chicago
5811 S. Ellis Ave.
Cobb Hall, 4th fl.
Chicago, IL, 60637
Our team invites you to join us for live music by claire rousayrooted in low-fi and electronic traces of personal relationships; an in-person and live-streamed performance lecture, Pool Party, by Lily Scherlis on care and its limitations within capitalism; and the collective editorial project, Deadlines and Divine Distractions, focused on intimate letters penned across generations.
Information about accessibility and visiting the Logan Center for the Arts, where the live events take place, can be found here. Please note below, or on our events page, where registration details apply as each program will vary.
LOGAN CENTER FOR THE ARTS
915 E 60TH ST, 9TH FLOOR
Claire Rousay’s music zeroes in on personal emotions and the minutiae of everyday life—voicemails, haptics, environmental recordings, stopwatches, whispers and conversations—layering them with electronics in patient, poetic arrangements and exploding their significance. Learn more.
The artist is based in San Antonio, Texas. rousay has released music on a range of labels, most notably Astral Spirits, Second Editions, Longform Editions, and American Dreams. rousay has presented music at venues like Issue Project Room, Casa Del Lago (CDMX) and Salon De Normandy (Paris).
THE EVENT IS FREE, BUT CAPACITY IS LIMITED. CLICK HERETO REGISTER IN ADVANCE FOR GUARANTEED ENTRY. LIMITED TICKETS AVAILABLE AT THE DOOR AS CAPACITY ALLOWS. COVID-19 PROOF OF VACCINATION GUIDELINES FOR ATTENDEES HERE.
PHOTO COURTESY OF CLAIRE ROUSAY.