A new mural by Macon Reed invites us to consider subjects that are “other,” and to whom we don’t have full access with our gaze.
An exhibition divided into eight chapters, Chlöe Bass offers us the residue of social exchange for the audience to examine.
Whoop Dee Doo’s installation at the Knockdown Center will conclude in a high-energy, community-driven performance.
DJ Susan Z Anthony will play music spanning the late 1950s to the mid-’70s at Azikiwe Mohammed’s fictional thrift store.
In a new space for its fifth edition, the art book and zine fair renewed its focus on independent publishers and had a strong community ethos.
The 2017 edition of the fair, which showcases independent publishers and artists, is taking place at the Knockdown Center on June 3 and 4.
On April 23, “Art is Labor: A Day of Creative Advocacy and Critical Imagination” at the Knockdown Center is offering workshops for artists about surviving in today’s economy.
A collaboration between artist Liliya Lifanova, composer Hiroya Miura, and choreographer Davy Bisaro debuts this week with open rehearsals and a performance.
Conceived as a response to the election, the fundraising exhibition includes nearly 700 artworks by female-identifying artists.
I received an invitation to attend a show titled “Authority Figure,” subtitled: “An immersive choreography exploring our relationships to surveillance, big data, and policing as it mingles with our psychology.”
Can the internet exist away from the keyboard (AFK)? What does it look and feel and smell and sound and taste like (besides a screen)?
For decades, Lucas Abela played turntables hooked up to all sorts of objects, from swords to meat skewers to amplified trampolines. Since 2003, however, the Australian experimental sound artist’s instrument of choice has been a large shard of glass.