Opening: Saturday, June 8th, 6pm-9pm
Exhibition dates: June 9th, 12am-7pm, June 10 – 15, 2pm-6pm, and by appointment
CR(I)SES AD(JUST)MENTS (COLLAPSED) focuses on the monstrous metaphors that were born out of The Great Depression of 1929 and those that have yet to arise from the 2008 Great Recession.
Design & Build workshops: every weekend in May; Ribbon-cutting & Adoption drive: June 1st.
Artists and city planners will collaborate with elementary schools students to design and build a thriving meow-tropolis: Kitty City.
Dates: April 18-21 2013
Location: Flux Factory, 31-39 29th Street, Long Island City, New York
This exhibition, organized by Flux Factory Artist-in-Residence, Mille Højerslev Nielsen, investigates the cultural, social, ethical and political implications of the early carnival through daily performances and film screenings.
Opening reception: Saturday, March 16, 6pm – 8pm
Exhibition dates: March 17 – April 3
Hours: weekends from 12pm – 6pm or by appointment
Flux Factory is pleased to announce The Wonder Cabinet, an exhibition that brings together an eclectic group of artists to compose a narrative together and build a walk-through cabinet of curiosities filled with elements from the text.
Opening reception & performance: Saturday, February 16th, 6 pm – 9 pm
Exhibition dates: February 16th – 24th
IRON CHEF FLUX: Saturday, February 23rd, 6 – 8 pm
A group exhibition featuring Fluxers from this past year, highlighting Flux’s diverse composition and the exciting and tricky balance of all of its ambitions.
Reception: February 9, 6-9pm
Open House: February 10, 2-5pm
During PowerSuit Camp Week we put aside our fears and ask ourselves: if we could do anything, what would it be? Join us for this project organized by Flux Artist-in-Residence Aliya Bonar.
Opening Reception: January 18th, 6pm – 8pm
Exhibition Dates: by appointment, through 1/21/13
Using non-linear narrative imagery that’s part fashion and part mythology, Phuc Le explores identity and relationships with family, community, and physical space.
New episodes posted: August 12th, September 9th, September 29th
American Alien, a project developed by Flux Factory Artist-in-Residence Ye Taik, is designed to increase awareness of the Burmese diaspora and to serve as a platform for the Burmese American voice. Through interviews published as podcasts on the Flux Factory website, American Alien will address topics related to Burmese innovation and hybridity.
In My Imagination, I Was Already Here focuses on the city, its patterns, and grids. The exhibition title refers to a quote from Jean Baudrillard’s America: “I was here in my imagination long before I actually came here.” A phenomenon that is especially connected to New York City, we explore the scene precisely before setting it.
Opening reception: Friday, September 7, 6 pm – 9 pm
Exhibition dates: September 7 – 29
Hours: open weekends, 12 – 6 pm or by appointment
Flux Factory is pleased to present Public Trust, a group exhibition that celebrates the crucial roles public institutions fill, as well as questions their strategies to engage visitors and stay relevant to their lives.