Blair Bogin makes video, takes photo, writes and performs. Through various forms of documentary, she explores the urge to differentiate oneself with the paradoxical longing to intimately fuse with others. This oscillation from a sense of singularity to a more pluralistic view is met with modes of madness, play and poetic absurdity. Blair is founder and host of Wax Long Storytelling, a full moon performance event in Chicago, Illinois. Additionally, she conducts Circle for Square, a pop-up community art space at the Logan Square Famers Market. She is currently pursuing MFA studies at The School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Learn more about Blair Bogin’s HATCH exhibitions Nitty Gritty and Secular Studies.