Date: March 8th, 8pm+ Location: Flux Factory, 39-31 29th Street, Long Island City Flux Thursday is our monthly potluck dinner and art salon, where artists can present their recently completed projects or works-in-progress to a receptive audience. Join us for presentations by Flux Artists-in-Residence Lehna Huie, and Adrian Owen, plus friends-of-Flux Juan Fernando Morales and Nick Cregor.
Friday – Sunday, August 18 – 20th
Join Artist-in-Residence Chen An An and her collaborators for Open Studios at Flux Factory.
Artists An-An Chen, Lulu Meng and Tzu-An Wu will be collectively working on an ongoing installation, that includes video and sculpture in the Flux gallery space. Come meet them to talk about their work and see their process.
Open Studio Hours
Sunday, 8/20 3-6pm
Chen An An
Chen An-An is a sculptor and installation artist based in Taiwan. Her recent works revolve around the loss of LGBTQ individuals – to mourn their loss and how they become forgotten by society. Through making art, she explores ways of expressing loss and reconsiders how gender/sexual discrimination in Taiwanese society is rendered invisible.
LuLu Meng is a NYC-based visual artist born in Taipei. Meng’s journey from chemical engineering to theatrical design in Taiwan then artist now in the U.S. impels her to investigate similarities and differences among people and cultures. Her multidisciplinary practice, including installation, sculpture, drawing, photography and video, deals with the shifting equilibrium between individuality and conformity.
Tzu-An Wu makes experimental film and video. By manipulating the heterogeneous images, sounds and texts, he creates work tends to question the construction of the narrative and the selfhood. He is also interested in the intersection of both analogue and digital techniques of visual reproduction.