THE OTHER SIDE (SEPTEMBER 2012)
Solar One (map)
Two screens, two dancers on the East River. A dynamic integration of 2 channel videos and the performance on the stage is visually to propose one’s psyche in discontinuities/cuts and the impossibility of mending them. In collaboration with Mayuna Shimizu/Blue Muse Dance.
MADISON SQuaRE HOrns (JUne 2012)
Madison Square Park (map)
As part of the Make Music New York festival, video artist Shantell Martin drew a live score on the side of an abandoned building for a spontaneous brass band to play.
The Blue WAll Project (September 2011)
105 Metropolitan Avenue (map)
A public video installation that explores the sense of time, history and place by converting an ordinary blue construction fence into a live blue screen. It examines the impermanent and historical notions of the city as well as New York’s constantly shifting landscape as a physical manifestation of impermanence.
Moviehouse at 3rd Ward (September 2008- May 2013)
195 Morgan Avenue (map)
Every month from September through May, we turned 3rd Ward arts facility into an interactive film and performance environment with an hour of VJ beats followed by a dedicated screening projected in a photo studio and our salon-style conversation with the artists.
CinemaParque (July 2009- August 2012)
Sternberg Park Handball Courts (map)
Each summer the handball courts came alive for community members as an alternative outdoor spot on warm summer nights with interactive dance films, documentaries and documentaries
MOVIEHOUSE ON INDIA STREET (AUGUST 2009)
The India Street Mural (map)
With our friends at the North Brooklyn Public Art Coalition, we commissioned seven local filmmakers to document the work and life of six muralist as they spent the month of June turning a common white wall into a master work of public art. Each of the wall’s four empty spaces simultaneously turned into a screen, inviting the audience into the world of the artists.
Moviehouse at Sea (OCTOBER 2009)
The Lilac Steamboat (map)
With the Free Art Society we played visuals for bands, hula hoopers, live painters and of course projected our own dedicated set of films ON A BOAT.