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An intersection of dance, architecture and new media inside a 17,000 sq. ft. garage. Pristine, modern installations by architect Joel Huffman set against a rough, industrial environment are the catalyst for formal, abstract choreographies. A metal shipping container – a relic of the garage's past – becomes a space of dynamic action.
"Sometimes, the environment defines the art. 'Convergence', an interdisciplinary collaboration, took place over the weekend in a cavernous, empty garage tucked in a Near South Side neighborhood peppered with the old, the new, and the transitional." – Chicago Tribune
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