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Public Insecurities Opens at 900 N. Michigan Student Space

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As part of SAIC’s Creativity in the Workplace program, the exhibition space in the 900 N. Michigan building recently put up Michael Hadley’s (MFA 2015) installation Public Insecurities. The installation comprises of screen recordings of search suggestions as they are typed, and are described as “expressions of collective, private insecurities that can be uncovered by typing a few, charged words into a search bar.” SAIC will exhibit various student work on the sixth floor of the galleria through October.

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