Doukan7002 was an open space for artistic experimentation and social engagement in Chicago.
Located in West Rogers Park, the site hosted an installation and performance space available to artists for temporary projects and Kenana, a social art practice residency program for emerging artists.
Doukan7002 was founded in 2011 by Hamdi Attia, Emma Chubb and Nada Shalaby.
November 2, 2011
David Oresick artist talk and screening of Osama bin Laden is Dead, 7-9pm
December 20, 2011
Three Experimental Shorts from Egypt, Hani Moustafa artist talk and screening
February 16, 2012
Intersections, Tom Walther opening and artist talk
February 19, 2012
Talk by Bisi Silva, founder and director of Centre for Contemporary Art, Lagos, Nigeria
February 23, 2012
Degrees of Incarceration, film screening with director Amahl Bishara, 6:30pm
Kenana Resident Projects in the window space
April 3-7, 2012
Marcia Vaitsman, Art as Social Practice: Hospitality, residency and workshop
April 19 & 21, 2012
Celia Weiss Bambara, Kenbe, Lage: African Contemporary Dance, Lineage and New Experiments
April 26 - May 26, 2012
Joe Erb video installation and Kenana Artist Residency Exhibition