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Mana Contemporary Institution in Chicago presents Tiger Strikes Asteroid: It Feels Like The First Time, a collection of work on view until September 30. Curated by Teresa Silva and Holly Cahill, this comprehensive exhibit displays the works of more than fifty members of the Tiger Strikes Asteroid community inside the main gallery. It is a non-profit network of independently programmed, artist-run exhibitions that offers an entirely non-hierarchical platform for emerging, mid-career, and established artists to distribute their work.

It Feels Like The First Time represents a boundless environment of mixed media conversations presented through archival images, video recordings, sculptures, drawings, automated and audible works, and so much more. This exhibition tastefully creates a sensorial tension, a push and pull, between material memory, existing power struggles, belief systems and the contradictory, uncanny moments of modern life. From Philadelphia to New York to Los Angeles to Chicago to Greenville, these artists – from  Samantha Box to Fred Schmidt-Arenales, Pacifico Silano, Rachel de Cuba and Hirona Matsuda – have created an inclusive and balanced collection of independent versus interdependent performances to unsettle the normalised framework we perceive the world through.
Tiger Strikes Asteroid: It Feels Like The First Time is now on view at Mana Contemporary Institution in Chicago until September 30.

Emma Smit

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