Anytime, Now. Somewhere, Here.

Anytime, Now. Somewhere, Hereby Stefany Anne Golberg

Prospect Park Peninsula, Brooklyn, NY

October 3rd €“ November 16th

Opening reception: Sunday, October 7th, 2007. 12pm-4pm

 

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About Anytime, Now. Somewhere, Here.

A couple of years ago, I found a diary written by a man named Henry sitting in a box on top of a stack of old books near Prospect Park. The diary contains thoughts and drawings for six structures meant to be built in and around Prospect Park. I’ve decided, in time, to build all six, using Henry’s drawings as a guide. Anytime, Now. Somewhere, Here: Peninsula, is the first. It contains a song written using diary entries and free copies of excerpts from Henry’s diary are made available to the public.

 

Click here to read excerpts from Henry’s Diary

 

This project is part of the NYC Department of Parks & Recreations 40th Anniversary of Art in the Parks

 

 

Stefany Anne Golberg was reared in a Science-fearing household in an overlarge house in Las Vegas, NV. She received a BA in Philosophy from Eugene Lang College at the New School for Social Research and has an MFA in Music/Sound from Milton Avery Graduate School of Arts, Bard College. Stefany is a founding member and Executive Director of the arts collective Flux Factory.

€”Excerpt from Henry’s journalI had a curious dream. I was in the park, alone, completely alone, at that moment between light and dark, and I felt in the dream, I felt that I was waiting for darkness to come but it didn’t€¦all around the park, I saw these strange constructions, by the carousel, on Sullivan Hill€¦In the dream I counted six in all€¦And when I awoke in the morning, with the dream as fresh in my mind as any waking thought I had ever had, I said to myself

I AM A CABINET

 

Special thanks to Clare Weiss, Arielle Dorlester, and the Public Art Program at NYC Parks & Recreation; Tupper Thomas, Jasmine Haynes, and the Prospect Park Alliance.

 

Anytime, Now. Somewhere, Here. would not have been possible without the generous support of the following:

 

Lou Ann Alsip, Gloria Fenster, Howard & Joan Golberg, Terrence Hardcastle, Elaine Meis, and Flux Factory, Inc.