Through drawing, print, performance, and video, Shir Ende uses a degree of speculative thinking to explore movement within modern space. Ende works to reduce the “bigness” of architecture, re-imagining built structures as intimately scaled forms generated by movement. Education: BFA, 2015, School of the Art Institute of Chicago; MFA, 2018, University of Illinois at Chicago. Exhibitions: University of Illinois Springfield, Comfort Station, Riverside Art Center, Buddy Chicago, the Chicago Artist Coalition, Gallery 400, Heaven Gallery, Hyde Park Art Center, Terrain Biennial, Mana Contemporary. Awards: Illinois Arts Council, Hatch Residency - Chicago Artist Coalition, Center Program - Hyde Park Art Center, High Concept Labs Sponsored Artist.
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