Date: October 19, 7 pm Location: Flux Factory Join us for Collaborative Means, a project that brings together a series of artists working both collaboratively and collectively, relying on cooperative strategies for the realization of ambitious projects.
In conjunction with Flux Factory’s current group exhibition, Kitty City, Moira Williams has assembled some of New York City’s finest poets for a poetry slam, including Kitty City Poet Laureate, Bob Holman. Jennifer Hsu and James Wang will share some excerpts from a new experimental video collage which touches on ideas around the spectrum of cuteness, population control, mutualistic/commensal human–animal relationships, and the viewing of pet-ownership through a postmodern lens. Flux Artist-in-Residence Sarah Witt will host an unofficial funeral for the body of work born out of her seduction by, and catastrophic romance with, a building. Flux Artist-in-Residence Mille Højerslev Nielsen will talk about the work she is making while at Flux Factory.
Bring drinks or something tasty to share!