NYC are small islands of people exiled by their homeland into a dirty, loud, free, and uninhibited simulacrum of their homeland. Artist-in-Residence Gezi Cao is throwing questions at the foreigners who chose this foreign land.
Join us for the NYC Real Estate Investment Cooperative's screening of Kelly Anderson's 2012 documentary, "My Brooklyn."
Join us for this month’s Flux Thursday for a Mother's Day card making party and opportunity to welcome the Spring, with artists Ashley Yang-Thompson and Eleni Zaharopoulos.
An exhibition and series of artist-led discussions called, Silicon Flux, centering marginalized groups who are ignored or erased from Silicon Valley’s visions of future technologies. We seek to engage the ways that ableism, white supremacy, misogyny, colonialism and other modes of discrimination operate within the supposed impartiality of this industry, culture, and lifestyle.
Tutti Frutti is a solo exhibition of works by multidisciplinary artist, composer, and curator Will Owen.
The Art+Feminism Wikipedia Edit-a-thon is a collaborative campaign to help improve coverage of women and the arts on Wikipedia.
Part walk-a-thon, part parade, part mobile art project competition, and part dinner dance party.
The Endless and Mobile Beautiful Collapsible Labyrinth is an interactive sculptural installation taking over Flux Factory's gallery. Sculpture, video, sound and performance will inhabit a serpentine maze of track-mounted rolling walls, a kaleidoscopic reimagining of rolling library stacks.
Wieteke Heldens is pleased to present Bringing the Content Back. It’s her fourth solo-exhibition with the Flux Factory. In this exhibition she will show her Content drawings in the gallery, but also at the places where they are from. She is bringing the content back.
6:00 - 7:00 Site-Specific Projection @ Dutch Kill Greens created by current Flux Artist, Razan AlSalah 7:00 - 8:00 Feminist Cocktail Party @ Flux Factory 8:30 - 10:30 PARADISO: a subversive party, curated by Cosmic artist J Triangular