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New York Times – October 3rd, 2003

in theThe Arts/Cultural section For Art: Destination, Queens; The Modern's Relocation Energizes Long Island City... (excerpt) "There are tons of artists here, and their studios are everywhere," said Mr. Dorsky, the gallery owner. Among them is Flux Factory, an artists'…

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Kudos on the great work, May 2003

From: "Meis, Elaine" Date: Wed, 28 May 2003 17:05:25 -0700 To: "MORGAN J. Meis" <098115@newschool.edu>, info@fluxfactory.org Cc: lilan@aol.com Subject: Kudos on the great work Dear Fluxers, I've been remiss but just spent the greater part of the afternoon catching up…

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Queens Tribune Vol. 33 #16 April 17-23 2003

"This non-profit artists collective, which relocated to Long Island City from Brooklyn just over a year ago, supports some of the finest experimental music-oriented happenings in the entire City. Their upcoming Soundscrape events offer a hybrid of visual and audio…

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Astoria Times, April 14th 2003

'Miracle' comes to Astoria for Flux Factory walk tour There is no reason to be interested in 43rd Street between Northern Boulevard and the BQE in Queens, but some people are interested in it and they're also interested in a…

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Queens Chronicle – Feb 2003

Flux Factory Takes Its Art To The Streets by Paul Menchaca, February 27, 2003 The Long Island City art collective known as Flux Factory is pushing boundaries in pursuit of public art. For a group of artists who once took…

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