The next Synthetic Zero Event will feature a vibrant and intense show from breakout performer Alexandra Tatarsky
and, straight from Montréal, performance art by Jessica Arseneau
. The show also includes visual art, video installations, and experimental video.
Suggested donation of $5 - $20 at door for the performances.
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- 'SIGN FELT! - a show about nothingness' - Philadelphia, PA (Sat only)Jessica Arseneau
- "Peut-être que j'avais besoin d'une cheminée" - performance - Montréal, QC (Sat only)
- prints - New York, NYLauren Smith
- drawings - New York, NYLoren Erdrich
- drawings - Brooklyn, NYLibi Striegl
- paper works - Durham, NCRebecca Bird
- paintings - Brooklyn, NYXin Liu
- light installation - Providence, RIYou Qi
- video installation - Alfred, NYAaron Higgins
- interactive installation - Tulsa, OKChannel TWo
- "polyCopRiotNode_" - interactive installation - Chicago, ILAaron Oldenburg
- interactive sound installation - Baltmore, MD
- "Connected" - NetherlandsEllen Wetmore
- "Grotesques" - video installation - New York, NYMinkyung Choi
- "Love Letter for a Girl" - Los Angeles, CARobert Dohrmann
- "Garbage Glitter Part 2" - Norman, OKDakota Gearheart
- "Be Animal and Sexy and Free" - Seattle, WACarlo Zanni
- "Koh-i-N∞r" - ItalyCéline Masson
- "Que je sois médusée" - New York, NYHugues Clement
- "GLEAM" - Montréal, QCAnne Glassner
- "Phone Box Massage" - Vienna, ItalyDaniel Djamo and Sana Ghobbeh
- "Someone Knew" - Bucharest, RomaniaTalia Link
- "Nevin" - perfume inspired by woman who beheaded her rapist - New York, NYPéter Lichter
- "Pure Virtual Function" - Budapest, HungaryThe Smyth Brothers
- "Death Songs & Car Bombs" - Durham, NC
The art space is at 305 E. 140th St., #1A, Bronx NY 10454.
We're about 20 minutes from Union Square. From Manhattan, 4-5 train to 125th, transfer to 6, one stop to 3rd Ave/138th St, it's 2 blocks from there. Note there are two exits at 3rd Ave/138th, one at Alexander Ave and one at 3rd Ave. Ring 3A or 1B if 1A does not answer.
Note: These events are made possible in part by contributions from individual donors, the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and the Puffin Foundation.