DystoRpia Media Exhibition


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featuring performances and installation by local and international artists
Oct. 5th – Oct 14th

Opening Reception: Saturday October 6th, 7pm
Closing Reception: Saturday Oct 13th, 7pm

An exhibition of interactive installations with a critical view of society as anti-utopian community of people abusing technology, and individually or collectively coping, or not being able to properly deal with technology.

Curated by: Gabriel Roldós and Arlan Londoño

interactive instalations by:

LoVid from New York presenting “486 Shorts”
Joseph Farbrook, from Brookline, MA presenting “Human Nature”
Jeffu Warmouth, from Fitchburg, MA, presenting “Marginalia: Crawl”
Daniel Temkin, from New York presenting “Chatter”
Chan Sook Choi, from Berlin, Germany, presenting “Listen”
Andreas Zingerle | Linda Kronman, from Linz, Austria, presenting “Re: Dakar Arts Festival”

ongoing performance by robots from the “Species series” by Wonbin Yang, from Chicago

Opening Night new media perfromances by:

link + Merche Blasco, presenting “Hover Time”
and Davis Thompson-Moss presenting “Self Inspection”

Closing Reception
new media performances by:

Hector Canonge, presenitng “ÜBERGROUND PACHAMAMA”,
Susan Joy Rippberger, presenting “SJR Night Angel Series”,
No Media Collective, presenting “Dystorpia”

video screenning

“I tell the truth, even when I tell a lie…” by Jaret Vadera, “Soul Juice” by Michael Wyshock, “Ci sarà – tributo escatologico ad Al Bano & Romina Power” by Brice Coniglio, “Switch” by Liat Berdugo, “Robocats in Titan City” by Paul Wiersbinski, “Above the Skyline” by Tessa Garland, “Happy Moscow” by Tatiana Istomina, “bi:t/” by Esmeralda Kosmatopoulos, “Against Reduction” by Vienna Del Rosario Parreno, “Aphasia Oceana”, by Danny Warner, “Presbyopis Park” by Kit Yi Wong

+ temporary installation by Drew Hamilton, presenting “Street-corner Project”

more information on the series and the pieces visit:
bit.ly/DysTorpia

This project is made possible (in part) by the Queens Council on the Arts with public funding from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, the Canada Council for the Arts though our partners the e-fagia collective in a collaboration between Local Project Art Space, the Queens Museum of Art, Outpost Artist Resource.

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