August 1- 17 , 2019Opening Night August 1, 6-9pmGallery Hrs Wed- Sat 12-6pmPerformance night TBAPotluck dinner TBA We are obsessed with the past but always thinking about the future, and as we live in the moment we always think that tomorrow will be better. We are looking for a representation of your perception of the future in the past -Visions of future cities, landscapes, personal […]

NOW is the Future – 08/01/19

“Desiring Machines for Living”School of Visual Arts MFA Art Practice Thesis ExhibitInstallation and Performance by Nicole Finley Opening Reception: 6-9pm, Thursday, July 11, 2019LIC Gallery Night: 3-8pm, Thursday, July 18, 2019Exhibit Dates: July 11-27, 2019Gallery Hours: Wed-Fri, 3-8pm and Sat-Sun, 12-6pm This exhibit is the first of the “Space 101” series, an ongoing investigation of space by Trailer Park Test Projects. The first project of […]

Desiring Machines for Living – Solo Exhibition 07/11/19

Experience “Disembodiment” – a group exhibition exploring the duality of the human form as a vessel of freedom vs. a cage of restraint. Curated by Iram Sadaf Opening Reception June 20, 6-9pmShow runs through July 6Gallery Hrs Wed- Sat 12-6pm Consider and explore how your body has given you channels to euphoria, joy and ecstasy. In contrast, consider how your body and society’s expectations of […]

(Dis)embodiment 06/20/19

As part of our Emerging Curators Program we invite you to “Back to the Future” a provocative evening of performance art curated by Matti Havens Saturday June 15 7pm Performing Artist: Marie Christine KatzFelix MoreloCoralina Rodriguez MeyerSusannah SimpsonJoseph SledgianowskiFurusho von Puttkammer This program is supported, in part, by public funds from the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs in partnership with the City Council […]

BACK TO THE FUTURE – Performance Art 06/15/19

Opening Reception Thursday May 30 6-8pm Artists Matt Scheffler and Makeda Flood.Curated by Masha Bychkov and Jack Douglas The work in this exhibition explores the intersection of family history and personal experience as photographers Makeda Flood and Matt Scheffler address how their ancestry informs their own perception of self.Makeda Flood’s work delves into the double consciousness of biracial identity. As a means to construct her […]

We Do Not Spring Up From Nothing 05/30/19

Please join us for the closing performances ofQUEER WEAVERS & THE SHRIEKS OF HAGALON Featured Artists: Damali Abrams, Pauli Cakes, Elisa Ghs, Undakova, Julia Maria Sinelnikova, Greem Jellyfish, Andy Boyce, Fran Ledonio Flaherty & Susannah Simpsoncurated by Katie Cercone Closing Performances during L.I.C. Open StudioSaturday May 18th, 2-6pmDamali Abrams Live Collaging a Futuristic Black Utopian Space Mermaid Mood Board (3-6pm)Full Moon Hip Hop Yoga cypher […]