Wheeze “Misericordiam” (new name! “Cordy” for short.), the hovering accordion from the Fluxbox project, will be groaning and heaving at the Artbots 2006 NYC show. As the ArtBots page says:
ArtBots is very happy to announce a regional NYC show as part of the science+art festival 2006 this fall. The show will feature works old and new by eight New York artists who have appeared in previous ArtBots shows.
Thursday-Sunday November 9-12, 2006, Noon-6pm
Opening reception Thursday November 9th, 6-8pm
26 Greene Street (between Canal and Grand)
New York City!
Come see wheeze and a bunch of other marvelous art machines!
I’ll be presenting Lev, the theremin-playing robot, at the AUTO+MATOS show at New York University on Thursday, Oct. 19. Come see singing, dancing, performing robots! Best of all, it’s free!
Behold sensational innovations in the fields of movement, science, and art in an evening of noise, high impact dance, and robotics. Visitors are encouraged to interact with robots, experimenting with noise and paint, and to observe the vigorous and propellent dance of STREB.
— from the AUTO+MATOS web site
The exhibition will take place the evening of Thursday, October 19, 2006 at 6:30pm in the Eisner Lubin Auditorium of the NYU Kimmel Center (60 Washington Square South, 4th Floor). Get tickets at the door or from NYU Ticket Central.
Some of my photographs will appear in the Winter 2007 issue of Yes Magazine, illustrating an article about the New York City greenmarkets and locally-produced food.
The Brooklyn in Color exhibit made an appearance in the Flickr Blog— appropriately, since the flickr photography site was instrumental in making the exhibit happen!
An exhibit of some of my Brooklyn photos has been installed in Brooklyn’s Atlantic Avenue subway station through the MTA’s Arts for Transit program. The exhibit is open 24 hours a day through 2007 for the price of a subway ride, so go take a look!
more on flickr