LIGHT YEAR 43 “Other Voices”
Join us for a Video Exhibition on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage
Anchorage Place & Pearl Street, Brooklyn, NewYork
Thursday, November 1, 2018, Sundown – 10PM
If you can’t be there you can watch live HERE
About "Other Voices" The eight women artists in “Other Voices” invite the audience to learn through liminal space whereby poetic gestures become essential elements in communicating history. The films in this exhibition are constructed through experiential, sensory, tactile and painterly approaches. This uniquely felt approach expands the potential of documentary - here sensory perception is held in in equal esteem to scientific fact. All of the film makers in Light Year 43 participated in residencies between 2016 and 2018.
Participating Artists and video titles: Jesse Epstein, Bethlehem Steel Resident 2018
Maya Erdelyi, Hanemun Honeymoon Resident 2018
Dee Hibbert-Jones & Nomi Talisman, Untitled (Green-card) Residents 2017
Gina Kamentsky, Silo Resident 2017
Yuliya Lanina, Never and Both at the Same Time Resident 2017
Heather M. O’Brien, Where this photograph was found Resident 2016
Emma Piper-Burket, Iraq Water Crisis Resident 2016
LIGHT YEAR is an ongoing public art video projection project presented monthly on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage in DUMBO and live online by John Ensor Parker, Leo Kuelbs & Glowing Bulbs in collaboration with the DUMBO Business Improvement District and the NYC DOT. Since its launch, LIGHT YEAR has presented the work of over 225 artists and curators from around the world.
MARBLE HOUSE PROJECT IS AWARDED An Art works GRANT FROM THE NATIONAL ENDOWMENT FOR THE ARTS
Marble House Project is thrilled to announce that we have been awarded an ART WORKS Grant from the National Endowment for the Arts. The grant supports our 2018 Artist residency program and ART-Seed events. As a young organization, this is the first year we are eligible for such an award. We would like to thank all of the incredible artists who have participated in residencies at Marble House Project and the people of Southern Vermont who have welcomed us into their community. We are honored that MHP’s contribution to culture is valued and of national significance.