Skyler Rowe & Matt Jencik Live from NOPLACE

Monday, October 23, 2017Doors at 7 PM // Music at 8 PM $10 suggested donation

at LivingRoom 1530 W. Superior St. Chicago, IL 60642

LivingRoom Realty is pleased to present live music by Skyler Rowe & Matt Jencik on Monday, October 23rd from 7 PM - 10 PM. The event will be located at LivingRoom (1530 W. Superior St.) in the Noble Square neighborhood.

NOPLACE is an exhibition of new artwork by Christopher Michael Hefner. Hefner’s current exhibition includes drawings produced during a six-month stint based in Berlin, as well as drawings and a sculptural installation he has completed since returning to the United States. A suspended or shifting sense of place is the backdrop for a body of work concerned with the ways in which we construct and execute meaning, identity and desire; intricate systems of signifiers that serve to describe an imaginary path through an otherwise vast and opaque wilderness.

Doors will open at 7 PM, and music will begin at 8 PM.

$10 suggested donation to be split between the artists and a TBD natural disaster relief effort.

Matt Jencikhttps://mattjencik.bandcamp.com/ Matt Jencik is a musician based in Chicago who currently plays guitar in the band Implodes. Jencik has been performing and recording since the early 90's.

Skyler Rowe is a drummer/percussionist residing in Chicago, IL. He performs in such outfits as Rash, Mute Duo, and Anatomy Of Habit. Since moving to Chicago he has been active in the experimental music scene. Improvising and pushing forms of drum and percussion work he continues solo pieces based on a slew of tribalistic, raw patterns and askew metallic concepts.

Follow Christopher Hefner on Instagram at @christophermichaelhefner and learn more at www.cmhefner.com.

​LivingRoom presents “NOPLACE” an exhibition of new ​art​work by Christopher Michael Hefner.

LivingRoom is pleased to present NOPLACE, an exhibition of new artwork by Christopher Michael Hefner, opening Friday, September 15th from 6 - 10 PM. The show will be located at LivingRoom (1530 W. Superior St.) in the Noble Square neighborhood. Guests are welcome to visit during gallery hours on Sundays through October 15th from 12 - 4 PM.

Hefner’s current exhibition includes drawings produced during a six-month stint based in Berlin, as well as drawings and a sculptural installation he has completed since returning to the United States. A suspended or shifting sense of place is the backdrop for a body of work concerned with the ways in which we construct and execute meaning, identity and desire; intricate systems of signifiers that serve to describe an imaginary path through an otherwise vast and opaque wilderness.

Follow Christopher on Instagram at @christophermichaelhefner, and learn more about him and his work at www.cmhefner.com.

RSVP to the Facebook event here.