HAHA: Chicago Group Creates Altered Spaces

Bock, Monica
September 1991
Fiberarts;Sep/Oct91, Vol. 18 Issue 2, p26
The article offers information on Haha, a group of four artists from Chicago, Illinois who discovered an affinity among each other's work and in 1988 began collaborating to create surreal moments in altered space. They consists of Wendy Jacob, Laurie Palmer, Richard House, and John Ploof. The group crosses boundaries between performance and installation, architecture and sculpture. They seek out spaces to which they can respond personally, and at the same time engage the community in which the space is situated.


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