Constantly. Consuming. Culture. with Patrick Ogle welcomes artists Gretchen Hasse and Mikey Peterson.
Gretchen Hasse works in a variety of media. She is an accomplished video artist (and commercial videographer). Hasse also draws and makes multimedia collages, creating images of urban life. Her work draws on years spent writing stories--which she says she did before she ever began to draw. The work she does, be it video, photograph, drawing or collage has a narrative behind it. Her work includes videos for social justice groups. Much of the material she uses in her work incorporates recycled materials. Mikey Peterson is a Chicago-based video-audio artist, singer-songwriter, and art educator. He creates experimental video art that focuses on distortion, organic abstraction and sound having shown work internationally at festivals including the Lucca Film Festival in Lucca, Italy, the STREETVIDEOART exhibition in Paris, France, the Video Art And Experimental Film Festival at Tribeca Cinemas in New York City, Audiovisioni Digitali in Ragusa, Sicily, and at the Performance Intermedia and DokumentART Festivals in Szczecin, Poland. His work has shown at the Chicago Cultural Center, at the University of Chicago’s Smart Museum, the Armory Center For The Arts in Pasadena, California, and is exhibited on the Paris-based television channel, Art Television and the New York-based website, Videoart.net.
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