Tuesday, August 20, moonrise until August 21, moonset Location: Clock Tower Plaza Buildings East and West Balconies, at the corner of 41st Avenue and Northern Boulevard. As the sun sets and the August full moon rises, Jacobus will accompany it as it traverses the night’s sky. Holding a mirror, the moons light will subtly be reflected out to Long Island City, the streets below and beyond.
In November, Gretta Louw is doing a 10 day residential performance at Art Laboratory Berlin, followed later in the month with a solo exhibition at the same space. The opening for that show will be the 25th of November.
Alexandra Wolkowicz will be taking part in “Home and Away,” at ISE Cultural Foundation opening November 4th.
Gretta Louw is also taking part in the Neukoelln Import annual exhibition “Koffer” and the WerkStadt KunstSatellit exhibition for Nachtundnebel in Berlin during November.
Alexandra Wolkowicz will be taking part in ‘Art in Odd Places’ with her ‘Birds’ Ear View’ collective. Birds Ear View collective will be active on 14th Street from October 1st – 4th. Free birds, free art, free money.
Join Alexandra Wolkowicz and Birds Ear View for a one-off audiovisual installation at Theaterlab on October 2nd.
Alex Young has a site specific installation in Dwell, an exhibition at Contemporary Artists Center at Woodside in Troy NY (71 Mill Street) opening Saturday, October 8th.
The Field of Distribution at Making, Meaning, and Context: A Radical Reconsideration of Arts’ Work is a panel discussion Alex Young is speaking in. (Goddard College- Plainfield, VT. Friday, October 14th at 3:30.)
Miatta Kawinzi’s film Amrka will be a part of the Reel Sisters of the African Diaspora film festival held October 15th & 16th at the Kumble Theater in Brooklyn.
Alison Ward and Shane Heinemeier are having a fundraiser party/silent auction/performance event at Flux Factory on October 29th to support their Habitable Spaces project.
In September, Douglas Paulson and Ward Shelley will be traveling through the DeCordova Museum without ever touching the floor, building a piece called Grow Or Die as we go. It’s part of Temporary Structures: Performing Architecture in Contemporary Art.
Inspired by an old Fluxer expression, Nick Normal will be exhibiting his interactive toy-sculpture Your Lack of Stress is Stressing Me Out at the 2nd annual World Maker Faire at the NY Hall of Science, September 17 & 18.
Alison Ward and Angela Washko are collaborating on a live performance as the featured artists at ACNY’s annual donor cultivation event on September 27th.
In August, Douglas Paulson is participating in the EFA’s Studio Residency for New York City Arts Workers.
Fluxer Gretta Louw recently presented work at MarinArt. Video documentation can be viewed here. This summer the MarinArt series at Marina 59 has been curated by new Flux contributor Arthur Poisson.
Miatta Kawinzi will be one of the artists in the 2nd annual Black August Art Exhibition at the Brecht Forum, with the reception held Saturday, August 20th.
Alex Young‘s Space Was the Place at Massachusetts College of Liberal Arts – North Adams, is on display from August 25 – September 25. The opening reception is at 6 – 9 pm on Thursday, August 25.
Adrian Owen will be performing in Panoply Lab’s new opera project Institute_Institut at The LaGuardia Performing Arts Center (31-10 Thomson Avenue Long Island City, NY) on Thursday August 25th at 7 pm. There are more dates throughout August and September.
A video work by Angela Washko is being screened in Paradoxes in Video at Garage Gallery in San Diego, CA.
Say Something Nice happened. Jason Eppink and Alex Young designed the podium and Alex fabricated it. Jason also shot the video.