Anne Boyleyn, 2d collage
Frederik Pedersen


videocassette cover collages
Frederik Pedersen


videocassette cover collage
Frederik Pedersen

Paul Sargent, "the LOGOs project"


Seven Three Split


Seven Three Split presents new works by Jim Trainor (Chicago) and Frederik Pedersen (Glasgow).

Jim Trainor will be exhibiting his newest works: a series of hand drawn comics based on the mythology of an extinct Melanesian culture depicted in a forgotten anthropology book, DEMA by Jan van Baal. The series runs under the collective title SUN SHAMES HEADHUNTING MOON. Trainor is an animation teacher in the film department at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. His live action film “The Magic Kingdom” is currently screening in the Whitney Biennial 2004.

Jim Trainor will present a slideshow performance of one of his comics, "The Man from Opeko" at 9pm.

Frederik Pedersen, originally from Denmark, is an integral member of the Glasgow contemporary art scene. His work has exhibited at Transmission Gallery, The Glasgow Project Room, Tramway, Grazer Kunstverein, (Graz, Austria) and Hallwalls cont. art center, (Buffalo, New York). He will be presenting a series of videocassette collage covers designed for compilations he creates by recording British television. Also on display are magazine collages of Anne Boyleyn (one of Henry VIII’s wives) and a photograph from a series of images captured at an adult Viking dress-up convention.

WHEN: opening Saturday MAY 15, 2004 7pm – 11pm
Show runs through June 5, 2004
Gallery hours Saturdays 12-5pm

WHERE: Seven Three Split 971 W 18TH St Chicago IL 60608
(corner of Morgan and 18th)

CONTACT: Tim Fleming, director 312-733-2264,