Thu, Jan 25 (All day) Experimental Barter Deli 11:00am - 2:00pm What We Need is Beautiful and Free 1:00pm - 3:00pm Sketching Our Dream Space 3:00pm - 5:00pm Disinheriting Capitalism 5:00pm - 7:00pm Transparency Tools Primer 7:00pm - 10:00pm ACE EVENING: A Sexual Series - screening, performance & workshop Fri, Jan 26 (All day) Experimental Barter Deli…
Poet Ariel Yelen will provide readings, conversation, and generative writing prompts for ekphrastic writing amid Flux artist-in-residence Kyung-jin Kim‘s solo exhibition, Nothing Personal.
‘Nothing Personal’ is an interactive installation where the voice and position matters. In this built environment, every component influences its surroundings.
Utopia School is hosting a 5 day pop-up school from January 25th - 29th focused on the practical aspects of opening a new community space in New York City and/or the northeast USA.
S.T.E.P... welcomes proposals that approach walking from all perspectives and people: walking as protest, to take up space, to be visible, walking as choreography, walking as marching band, as Hip Hop, as Carnival, intervention, parade, pilgrimage, funerary, liberation, labor, humor.
"Possession", an exhibition and performance by Jack Hogan, is about the everyday sadism and masochism, the barely perceptible codes and aggressions, that turn boys into adolescents for life.
(Re) mnants is an interactive digital media installation, chronicling visual artist and filmmaker Monique Muse Dodd’s journey into her ancestral and spiritual heritage.
This Flux Thursday will be hosted by Monique Muse Dodd, in connection with her exhibition (Re) mnants.
Stephen McLeod is working on an ambitious project to play Erik Satie’s composition, “Vexations” on 840 different pianos. It will probably take him many years to complete. In the meantime he is making (silly) experiments using the Vexations score as a starting point — considering the problems of instruction art and the limitations of language in conveying any sort of truth.
llesha Khandelwal lives and works in both Brooklyn, USA and Mumbai, India. Her work suggests a kind of psychology of geography – in the way the absence of a place becomes a presence, and suggesting what this may look like in the multiverse.