and Theodore Darst. The exhibit runs February 7 to April 4, 2014. There will be an opening reception from 7 to 10 p.m. Friday, February 7.
The two artists work with "simulated realities and spaces" using various processes. They look at and transcribe the intangible into something tht can be perceived.
Jellitsch, for instance,uses Wifi bandwidth to generate data that becomes the basis of his "Data Drawings." Darst creates digital environments "with their own internal logic."
The descriptions of this art make me think words do not suffice; you have to see the work. If you are in Chicago you should get out to the exhibit.
Jellitsch lives and works in Vienna and holds a Masters in Architecture from the Academy of Fine Arts (Vienna). Darst is based in Chicago. His work has been exhibited at MCA (Chicago, The Museum of the Moving Image (NYC). He was also the 2013 HATCH projects Artist in Residence at the Chicago Artists Coalition.