Newsletter October 2019

Last Weekend for the “Expanding Art” exhibition! Nolan Park Building 10a Governors Island Sept 14 – Oct. 27, 2019. Expanding Art: an art and technology exhibition features new works by Irene Mamiye, Studio Z1, Melissa F. Clarke / Margaret Schedel, Richard Garet, Josely Carvalho, Lillian Ball, and Anna Pasztor. LOCATION: Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors Island. TIME: 11 am… Continue reading

[Sept 14 – Oct 27] RED-Splice by Richard Garet +Performance

Richard Garet creates a luminous-red idiosyncratic environment where visitors are invited to inhabit and listen to RED- Splice; an octophonic composition dedicated to enhance the nuances of sound in space and the activations of body and mind while immersed in red light.  LOCATION: Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors island INSTALLATION: Weekends from… Continue reading

[Sept 14 – Oct 27] I Hear You by Irene Mamiye

I Hear You is an interactive installation in which viewers speak into a microphone. As they do so, their conversations are processed using a custom speech-to-text algorithm developed. Key terms are input as queries into an image bank like Google Images, Getty Images, or Instagram; the resulting images are displayed,… Continue reading

[June 1 – Aug 11] Fragility: An Exploration of Polyrhythms by Susie Ibarra

Created by Susie Ibarra in collaboration with choreographer Souleymane Badolo, an Asia Society commission. Fragility: An Exploration of Polyrhythms created by drummer/composer Susie Ibarra in collaboration with choreographer Souleymane Badolo is a new immersive performance/installatioin. Using polyrhythms as a model for human interdependence, Ibarra captures the concept of fragility through… Continue reading

[June 1 – Aug 11] BikeBox R(i)de by LoVid

BikeBox R(i)de, 2018 is an installation comprised of a 45 min silent video and 5 photos printed on plexiglass. The project was produced in collaboration with a group of youth from a bike-shop at Experimental Station in Chicago. The work was made by attaching a custom-made camera onto a bicycle… Continue reading