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Jun, 2010

Kate Shaw in Lumen at Atlantic Salt

Our Australian artist in residence, Kate Shaw, will partake in a group show on Staten Island, representing Flux Factory.


LUMEN at Atlantic SaltCOAHSI is going to present the FIRST EVER contemporary video art festival to take place in Staten Island. With this FREE festival, LUMEN, COAHSI will transform the "forgotten borough" of New York City into a media playground. For more information, please visit http://www.lumenfest.org/, and donate at http://kck.st/biS...FRa.

LUMEN is a cutting-edge video art and projection festival featuring site-specific video installations, 3D-video technology, sound-based performances, and art interventions by artists around the globe. Featuring work by emerging Staten Island artists, as well as established video, new media, projection, and animation artists from New York City and beyond, LUMEN will highlight a diversity of artists at the forefront of their media in an industrial landscape on Staten Island’s waterfront.

Featuring: Alex Villar, Sean Capone, Alix Pearlstein, Lena Thuring, Tattfoo Tan, Grace Exhibition Space, Katja Loher, Ali Hossaini, Ph.D., Flux Factory, Allison Berkoy, David Politzer, Birgit Rathsmann, Steven Lapcevic, Brendan Coyle, Mikhael Antone, Mandy Morrison, Don Porcella, Nia Burks, Jennida Chase, Lisa Dahl, Nicholas Fevelo, DB Lampman, Paul Moakley, Laura Napier, Nathan Halverson & J. Robinson, Hz Collective, Scott Peehl, Hassan Pitts, Rob Ludacer, Mike Shane, MWF Video Club, Marion Wilson, Maria Elvira Dieppa, Jay Weichun

LUMEN is Saturday, June 26, 2010 - 4pm-12am
Performances by Grace Exhibition Space from 4pm-12am
Sound and video performances by HZ Collective from 8pm-10pm
Sponsored tasting by Brooklyn Brewery from 9pm-11pm, featuring sound performance by Jennida Chase
admission is FREE

Artist led walks will start at the SI Ferry Terminal starting at 4pm, and ending at 10:30pm

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