EXHIBIT CURATION AND DESIGN
Odile Compagnon is an architect based in Chicago and Paris. Compagnon joined the faculty at SAIC in 1998,
after teaching at Parsons Paris and the School of Architecture at UIC. She collaborates, in teaching and research,
with professors from several departments, including Performance, Writing, Continuing Studies, and Art Education.
Compagnon earned her degree at the Unité Pédagogique d’Architecture n°3 in 1982, also attending the University
of Illinois at Chicago (1980–81) and the Istituto Universitario di Venezia in Italy as a research scholar (1982).
After working with Chemetov and Huidobro in Paris, Compagnon established her own company, DMC Architectes,
which undertook public commissions and created master plans for several cities. Compagnon worked with
Studio Gang/O’Donnell (Chicago) from 1997 until 2000, where she contributed to projects, including
the Rockford Starlight Theatre, Material Evidence exhibition installation at the Museum of Contemporary Art,
Chicago, and the Chinese American Service League Building. Her work has been shown at exhibits including
Speculative Chicago, Diversecity Riba (Chicago), and the Parachute Pavilion exhibition (New York).
Compagnon’s projects have received top recognition by Architecture Mouvement Continuité in its annual
review of built architecture (1994, 1995, 1996).
Ania Jaworska is an architect and educator. She currently teaches art, design, and architecture courses
at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago and the University of Illinois at Chicago. She holds a master’s degree
in architecture from the Cracow University of Technology in Poland as well as the Cranbrook Academy of Art in Michigan.
Her practice focuses on exploring the connection between art and architecture and her work explores bold simple forms,
humor, commentary and conceptual, historic, and cultural references. Jaworska’s work was recently presented
as part of 13178 Moran Street: Grounds for Detroit in Common Ground, at the 2012 Venice Biennale . She recently
completed a design for the bookshop at the Graham Foundation for Advanced Studies in the Fine Arts in Chicago.
Before her Graduate Curatorial Assistant role at SAIC’s Sullivan Galleries, Jessica Moss (MAAAP 2015)
worked for a diverse group of organizations including the Arts Alliance Illinois in Chicago, National Portrait Gallery
in Washington DC, Dreamworks Animation in Glendale, CA, and the FUNDRED Dollar Bill Project in Pittsburgh, PA.
Moss received a BFA in Painting, Drawing, and Printmaking from Carnegie Mellon University in 2009. As SAIC’s
Dean’s Scholarship recipient, she is currently a master’s candidate in the Arts Administration
and Policy Management Program.
GRAPHICS and WEBSITE
Matt Junn, Joy Kwak
SULLIVAN GALLERIES STAFF
Scott Carter, Todd Cashbaugh, Christina Cosio, Robert Grassel, Mary Jane Jacob, Trevor Martin,
Morgan Walsh, Kate Zeller
SULLIVAN GALLERIES STUDENT CREW
Jason Abrams, Cory Basselen, Hannah Chavez, Lang “Share” Chen, Yi Chi “Vicki” Chen,
Antonia Constantine, Megan Finch, Taylor Hanson Hughes, Daniel Ireland, Alex Leasure,
Heidi Lee, Stephanie Lin, Nguyen “Jo” Nguyen, Claire Richie, Allison Rokusek,
Yali Romagosa, Paul Smith, Yejin So, Vihanga Sontam
SULLIVAN FABRICATION STUDIO
Brad Johns, William Newhouse, Nicholas Schutzenhofer
STUDENT UNION GALLERIES
Ross Jordan, Jessica Moss
OFFICE OF INSTITUTIONAL ADVANCEMENT
Angeli Arndt, David Collins, Sarah Gardner, Mark Nelson,
Evangeline Michelle Politis, Bree Witt
Special thanks to the Faculty and Staff from the AIADO
and Fashion Design Departments and the Advanced Output Center.