Gonzalo Guerrero’s print exhibition uses primary colors to illustrate his first experiences as an immigrant in New York, observing the social, political, and cultural polarities tied to identity and privilege in the city.
Clocktower Productions presents Papo Colo: Assorted Times in Singular Spaces, an intimate selection of works on paper and poetry by Puerto Rican artist Papo Colo, presented at the Liga de Arte, in San Juan.
Armed with custom complimentary cocktails, hosts k(Rob) + Doe Derek investigate, pontificate and marinate on the works of current MoCADA exhibiting artists and #trashDAY guest features Keisha Scarville, Glenna Gordon, and Theresa Chromati.
Holoweski presents a series of cyclical narratives depicted as hybrid digital video and stop-motion animation loops, exploring recurrent patterns in scientific astrophysics, biological evolution, and spiritual reincarnation on view in The Cove.
Ry Rocklen uses found objects of American suburban life --futons, discarded trophies, broken box springs--to create works that explore themes of pathos and play, and to create an intimate and psychological viewer experience.
Clocktower presents the second annual group exhibition, featuring a collection of artists whose work incorporates dynamic and time-based elements, ranging from robotic interactivity to performance. On view at Knockdown Center in Maspeth, Queens.
For 40 years, Clocktower has produced seminal exhibitions by some of the most important artists of our time, including Richard Nonas, Lynda Benglis, Max Neuhaus, Dennis Oppenheim, Pat Steir, Vito Acconci, Charlotte...
Crafted during his Clocktower residency, Shirley presents a post-apocalyptic tale in his underground film about graffiti artists, the last survivors on earth, on the hunt for the meaning behind an abandoned and enigmatic artwork.
Nathan Cearley and Erica Bradbury join Clocktower for a two-month residency, investigating methods and techniques for creating existential audio visual experiences. Entitled Sound and Time, the residency expands on LDP's explorations into mystery.
Cooper Holoweski presents a series of cyclical narratives depicted as hybrid digital video and stop-motion animation loops, exploring recurrent patterns in scientific astrophysics, biological evolution, spiritual reincarnation, and other realms.
Clarke is an interdisciplinary artist working at the intersections of research, science, and design, who extrapolates collected data into multimedia, immersive installations, video and sound sculptures, and printed images.