October 2020 News

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Saturdays Sept. 26, and Oct 3, 10, 17 and 24 @ 3 pm. Join Us for Hey Neighbor, a series of one-on-one conversations between artists-in-residence on Governors Island live-streamed from the porches of Nolan Park. Featuring Harvestworks studio resident artists Katherine Bennett, Joseph Morris/Alexandra Goldberg, Valérie Hallier and Charlotte Mundy talking with artists from our presenting partners 4heads, Beam Center & NARS Foundation, who are also participating in the Governors Island Residency Initiative. Here is the Schedule and Zoom address. ***

Brain Works by Muyassar Kurdi

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Sunday Oct 11 @ 5 pm. Building 10a Nolan Park, Governors Island. An outdoor interdisciplinary piece (for movement, viola, large-scale paintings, voice) centered on memory, visual rhythm, subtlety, and gravity while honoring the futuristic and the ancient by Muyassar Kurdi. Performed with Joanna Mattrey and Miriam Parker. Free. ***

ScreamNow by Valérie Hallier

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Katherine Bennett in the ScreamNow sculpture The ScreamNow visualization ScreamNow, a public screaming booth by Valérie Hallier is ready for your visit on Governors Island until the end of October. You can email screamnow44@gmail.com to schedule a screaming session available on Tuesdays and Wednesdays at 2PM and 5PM. The 2020 Harvestworks Artist Studios are part of our Art and Technology Program on Governors Island. ***

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Saturday Oct 31 11:30 am – 5:30 pm. Out/With/In is a day-long sonic happening that does more than just take music outdoors, it brings the outdoors into music itself. Music and performances by Marina Rosenfeld, Alec Hall, Sarah Hennies and David Bird. Building 10a, Nolan Park and various locations on Governors Island. Produced by Qubit. ***

New Videos On YouTube!
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Foreign Correspondence. A survey of international contemporary video art including film, video synthesis and expanded cinema. Featuring Works by Ted Davis, Toby Kaufmann-Buhler, Dylan A. Marcheschi, Derek Holzer, Mike Sidnam and Nathan Cearley. A production of New York Eye and Ear Control.

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Live video and audio stream / remix of Microcosmopolitan, the new recording by CHATTER BLIP, the duo of Chuck Bettis and Dafna Naphtali. Released in the midst of the pandemic by Contour Editions along with 2 poems with Shelley Hirsch inspired by the music. ***

Artist News
Seven Futures by Christine Sun Kim and Taeyoon Choi at Harvestworks 2017 One Week of Lullabies for Roux, and Close Readings, two pieces by artist Christine Sun Kim have joined the collection of the Smithsonian American Art Museum in Washington, D.C., marking the institution’s first acquisition of a sound installation. Congrats! ***

Dreampop Dysphoria *** 2018 Resident Jon-Carlos Evans released his album Dreampop Dysphoria, the first in a series of multimedia releases within the narrative world of 3666.AD. He thanks engineer and bredren Kevin Ramsay for co-piloting the process and walking the path from NYC to Södermalm and back. ***


2018 Resident Laura Splan’s solo exhibition is on view at BioBAT Art Space at the Brooklyn Army Terminal through Oct 31st by appointment. Unraveling features animations created with molecular visualization software and SARS-CoV-2 protein structures projected in BioBAT’s 15,000 square foot “Dark Space”. ***

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Saturday Oct 3 NowNet Arts Online Performance Series.
Live Contemporary Network Arts Works with NowNet Arts Lab Ensemble Demonstrations. 12:00pm EDT & 10:00pm EDT
Online Location: Zoom ***

And….Good News! Harvestworks received an Art Works award from the National Endowment for the Arts to support the development of a hardware and software production tool that enables directional audio for sound-based installation works. Look for it in new artworks by Victoria Vesna and Toni Dove. ***

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