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.
Tom’s Etching Studio
9 Queen’s Yard
Opening August 10th8pm – 11pm
39-31 29th St.
Long Island City, NY
Opening August 10th6pm – 9pm
‘3459’ is the first collaboration between RELAPSE Collective and curator Emireth Herrera. The exhibition aims to connect London and New York by using Tom’s Etching Studio and Flux Factory as the two portals to do so.
Artists and viewers will be connected through a 6 day live stream between the two spaces. With the time difference acting as a natural curator, we invite the public to witness the transition and coming together of the two gallery spaces as time permits.
The theme of the exhibition arose from its format, inviting artists to build from their own interpretation of this ‘marriage’. The two spaces will host installed works and a schedule of performances on a daily basis. The aim always, to connect individuals and question the boundaries physical space imposes.
Through a multilingual open call, 3459 will feature the following artists. See list of artists below schedule!
Ben Hicock / Felix Gottdiener
Elliot Zabaroff / Lucy Wilson
Jayson Patterson / Jeff Kahn
Vargas-Suarez Universal / Stephen Barber / Bob Malach / Andres Levin