I will be showing my short documentary FILLMORE PLACE and a two-channel version of our video installation HAVEMEYER STREET (a collaboration with Francisca Caporali, Kym Chapman, Uni Park & Pilar Ortiz) at vBrooklyn on Saturday Dec. 13, 2008 @ 8p.
My brilliant friend & fellow Yalie Jenn Stock will also be doing a video performance that same night and brilliant friend & fellow IMA-er David Watson will be showing a piece on Saturday afternoon. Info below; hope to see you there!
vBrooklyn documents the evolving state of Brooklyn, NY, through contemporary video-art. The festival showcases video-artists as they build an historical record of the borough through innovative and personal interpretation and documentation.
Friday, December 12, 8pm
Saturday Afternoon, December 13, 2pm-5pm
Saturday Evening, December 13, 8pm (<—night we’re showing)
$5 admission each event
6 Metrotech Plaza
A,C,F to Jay St. / 2,3,4,5 to Borough Hall / M,R to Lawrence St. / Q,B to Dekalb Ave.
Complete schedule, additional information, and more detailed directions at
The festival features IDMI’s 9-channel video system. Over 25 New York City artists will present live and composed multichannel video-performances and screenings focusing on the immense complexity and detail that make Brooklyn a unique city within a city. vBrooklyn subjects include Brooklyn’s waterfront from Floyd Bennett Field to Greenpoint; landmark bridges and architecture; neighborhoods in transition; and the people and experiences that define Brooklyn as a place.
Performances and Screenings by: Gary Acers, Caroline Bouchat, Francisca Caporali, Angeline Su-Ching Chang, Kym Chapman, Chika, Brian Colby, James Daher, Bilge Demirta, Elle Burchill, Richard Garet, Piama Habibullah, Sean Hagerty, Rikayo Horimizu, Adam Kendall, Jared Lamenzo, David Last, Inhye Lee, Richard Lewis, Laura Lou, Phyllis Burkin Lehrer, Pilar Ortiz, Uni Park, Lenin Paulino, Siddartha Mehta, Karl Mendonca, Naval Cassidy, Ganesh Ramanathan, Kimberly Simpson, Catalin Stefanovici, Jennifer Stock, Caspar Stracke, Bruce Tovsky, VisualHornHonkinG & DJ ActivePhaze, VJ Miixxy, vydavy sindikat, David Watson, Sarah Nelson Wright, WvS, Tamara Yadao, Lan Xu, Marina Zamalin
vBrooklyn is supported by: Forward Motion Theater, Polytechnic University’s Integrated Digital Media Institute (IDMI), Harvestworks, the Brooklyn Arts Council, and the Experimental Television Center. The Experimental Television Center’s Presentation Funds program is supported by the New York State Council on the Arts and mediaThe Foundation.