The Hollows Artspace — founded in October 2014 in Bushwick, Brooklyn, as a live/work/exhibit space — will open its third exhibition on Wednesday, June 3, from 6 to 10pm.
Curated by Pırıl Gündüz and Baptiste Semal, Auto-Chemistry will feature work by 29 artists from 10 different countries.
One of the permanent pieces of the artspace — a ceiling mural entitled “Ressonâncias” by Talita Zaragoza — will be treated as a string instrument, turning it into sound with custom-made software using barcode readers designed by Dylan Marcus and performed by Tania Leipold.
The second iteration of Curator’s Room will be on view, a project aimed at spatializing the minds of curators, along with a fourth permanent piece for the Hollows Artspace: a textual light installation on the facade of the brownstone building located on Bushwick Ave.
Auto-Chemistry includes works and performances by Kiley Ames, Brian Batt, Marion Bizet, Dominique St Cyr, Azmi Mert Erdem, Camille de Galbert, Amelie Gaulier, Genco Gulan, Shani Ha, Tim Haldeen, Sara Jimenez, Alexandra Kostakis, Ted Lawson, Dylan Marcus, Lewis Moore, Yuna Morvan, Kyle C. Mumford, Ivana Ng, Canan Onural, Woody Poulard, Luciana Pinchiero, Sofia Theofilaktidis, Michael Tx, Atilla Ural, Jack Walsh, Andy Wentz, and Jayoung Yoon.
In addition to the common areas of the duplex artspace, three rooms of the artist residency will also be open to visitors.
Auto-Chemistry opens at the Hollows Artspace (708 Bushwick Avenue, Bushwick, Brooklyn) on Wednesday, June 3, between 6–10pm. The exhibition continues through June 28, 2015. Opening hours are Saturday & Sunday, 1–6pm.