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.
Due to technical difficulties, this exhibition has been canceled. 🙁 Happily, Ben’s next project, “Resistance to Coming into Being,” will be part of Flux’s Self-Destructing Art Show, opening November 6.
Friday, October 15 – Sunday, October 17
Opening October 15, 8 pm
Flux artist-in-residence Ben Dierckx is presenting his latest project, Perceived Perception, a presentation of the subjective side of psychogeographic analysis. The artist will transform the exhibition space into an awareness space by flying a remote-controlled zeppelin linked to a camera. This is an informal gathering, an installation/performance where visitors will experience the zeppelin’s point of view through a huge projection. Perception may be altered throughout the evening.