[May 28 – Oct 31] listening & seeing, an art and tech exhibition

The Harvestworks Art and Technology Program on Governors Island continues through the 2022 season with a two part exhibition of a major new artworks, workshops and performances. Selected by Executive Director Carol Parkinson and the arts committee of Harvestworks, this season will focus on the ear and the eye and how technology can expand and impact those senses. In addition to the interior exhibition, we are pleased to present Ear Hut the outdoor listening space by Miya Masaoka. Our Experience Lab continues on scheduled Saturdays from 1 – 3 pm.

Location: Building 10a Nolan Park Governors Island

Open to the public from 11 am to 5 pm Weekends

May 28 – August 7, 2022

Meet the Artist Day: Saturday June 11, 2022

listening & seeing – an art and technology exhibition will feature major new works created by Guggenheim award winning composer Miya Masaoka and New York State Council on the Arts – New Technology awardees Joe Diebes, Michael Schumacher, Edin Velez with resident artists Surabhi Saraf and Ivana Dama. Performance by Brooklyn-based artist and musician Selwa Abd’s Bergsonist Project on June 11, 2022. Workshops and artists presentations will be announced throughout the season.

The Harvestworks Art and Technology Program in Building 10a, Nolan Park, Governors Island

The Listening & Seeing exhibition continues in the fall with artists Eva Davidova, Kristin Lucas, Viv Corringham, Su Hyun Nam and other Harvestworks residents.

About the Art and Technology Program on Governors Island

Produced by Harvestworks, The Art and Technology Program on Governors Island is centered on art works created at the intersection of art and technology. It includes exhibitions of digital media art, public workshops, performances and our educational research library.  Our goal is to provide exhibition opportunities to electronic media artists and also to educate the public about new technology and how artists use it for artistic expression.  www.harvestworks.org

Program subject to change.

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