Nomadicube is a project by Marianne Bernstein. A 10’ cube becomes a roving satellite, living room, radio station, studio, performance space, movie theatre; collecting stories and bringing people together in surprising new ways. The geometry of the cube frames space into a creative free zone; the practice inside is unpredictable, allowing for spontaneous and intimate interactions, often around social justice issues.
Past cubes include: The Welcome House, Love Park (2010) and Not a Vacant Lot, Philadelphia, PA (2011); Beyond What Was in New Haven, CT (2012); in Skagastrond, a small fishing village in Northern Iceland (2014); and most recently, The Cube in Chicago, (2019) : HERE (Pilsen), SOVEREIGN (Bridgeport), and RUMOR (Chatham).
Press for Nomadicube in Chicago:
Intervention #1, 18th + Paulina: HERE
Past video projections on the cube:
Other public installations:
HERE: 18th + Paulina, Pilsen
Joseph Josué Mora & Sarita Garcia
SOVEREIGN: 34th + Halsted, Bridgeport
Santiago X + Chi-Nations
RUMOR: Chatham Plaza
Aaron Evans, Daniel Kwon, Grant Penrod, Malik Temple, DeMico Davis, Kendall Williamson, + Pam Johnson Davis. photo courtesy of Paper Cranes
Martha Osornio, Santiago X, Aleksandar Georgiev, Natalie Froumis, Marianne Bernstein, Courtney Mitchell
Audio: Gerardo Salgado
City of Chicago