cabinfever presents

Each month, CabinFever commisions an artist who has collaborated with CabinFever in the past to produce an original work inspired by the times we live in and the month the work is created, collectively mapping the trajectory of 2018 through dance, music, poetry, live performance, video and more. CabinFever presents is curated + edited by Doug Barber, Patrick Glennon, and Elana Jacobs.

Issue No. 01

Released January 1, 2018

Anna Goren writes two poems for winter: "Sameness" and "An Out of Season Poem".  She accompanies her writings with her own film photography of Decembers past.                                                                                     .

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Issue No. 04

Released: April 1, 2018

Sound artist Stephan Moore unveils field recordings from his journeys in Cairo, Egypt, and Doha, Qatar. 

                                                                                                                                                         

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Issue No. 02

Released February 1, 2018

Architectural designer Katherine Ranieri creates an experiential installation entitled "one love down".  This deeply personal piece explores the physical and emotional reaction to loss - particularly the loss of love.                              

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Issue No. 05

Released: May 1, 2018

Chicago dance artist Keisha Janae explores her own definition of existence through the lens of identity, race, memories, and belonging in her original poem entitled "Out of the Box Home" . 

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Issue No. 03

Released March 1, 2018

Chrystine Rayburn, Michael Wambolt, and Patrick Glennon compose an original electro-acoustic score accompanying Serena Niesley's original, non-narrative film "Solhund."                                                         

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Issue No. 06

Released: June 1, 2018

 Dancer Maggie Stack pieces together film clips from her exploration of lone movement against landscapes.