A meticulous record of all the time the artist spent not making art interleaved with a record of all the time the artist spent not making money, describing all of his worthless activities, during the period that he worked as an art handler for the MCA Chicago while also in grad school (1/13-1/28/17). Can be read from either direction, one way showing everything that happened except for paid time working at the museum, the other everything that didn't go towards making artwork. To protect the people that the artist interacted with during this time certain names, places, and events have been altered, with each edition having slightly different alterations. Edition of 15 + 1 AP. Dimensions: 8.5 x 11" Materials: Softcover staple-bound book, 66 pages
Nick Van Zanten (Pilsen)
Nick Van Zanten is an artist who works in an eclectic range of media. Born in Chicago (’88), Van Zanten received a BFA in painting from Pratt Institute (’11) and an MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago (’18). Nick has been an apprentice at the Fabric Workshop & Museum, taken part in residencies including Yaddo and Wassaic, and has exhibited at Roots & Culture, Paris London Hong Kong, Shoot the Lobster and elsewhere.
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