Date + time: Saturday, December 14th, 7pm - 9pm Location: Queens Museum, New York City Building, Flushing Meadows Corona Park, Queens Ben Davis, Natalie Jeremijenko, and Tom Finkelpearl will duke it out over the complex role of perennial art events in a globalized society and how they influence artistic production, consumption, and the construction of contemporary art history. This fifth Flux Death Match, 'Ennial Spectacle, is Flux Factory’s contribution to Queens Museum's Queens International 2013.
October 6th-15th, 2017
Opening Reception | Friday, October 6th
5:00PM-9:00PM | RSVP HERE
Focusing on issues of gentrification, police brutality, affordable housing, preservation, and tenant rights, each Engaging Artists Fellow partners with community organizations throughout New York City, including: Chinatown Tenants Union, Movement for Justice en El Barrio, New York Cares, FUREE, Eviction Intervention Services, and Queens Neighborhoods United, among others. In order to forge meaningful exchanges between all participants, the exhibiting artists collaborate with each other and with the organizations while placing primacy on the needs of advocacy coalition and their constituents. The show brings to life the processes engaged by the collaborative teams, whether through documentary, art therapy, social practice, or storytelling.
The exhibition as a whole envisions the city as a living ecology of generative feedback loops between infrastructure, power structures, individuals, and communities.
Building Stories is curated by: Bridget Bartolini and Five Boro Story Project, Dani DeLade, Alexander Dwinell, Jonathan Gardenhire, Aneeta Mitha, Ilaria Ortensi, Aldo Soligno, Priscilla Stadler, and Cynthia Tobar