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The Saturday May 4 IDEAS CITY StreetFest (11 a.m.–6 p.m.) for a night of art featuring projections on buildings, installations in the streets, and exhibitions, among other events.
Change of State (2013) is a series of twelve site-specific projections that will span the entire length of the New Museum’s façade. Artists and architects include: Cecil Balmond, Agathe de Bailliencourt, Diller Scofidio + Renfro, Nicolas Guagnini, E Roon Kang & Ahrong Han, Sara Ludy, Virginia Overton & Motoko Fukuyama, Jeff Preiss, Martha Rosler, Nicolas Sassoon, Krzysztof Wodiczko, and Ben Wolf. The series is curated and produced by Nuit Blanche New York (NBNY) and commissioned by the New Museum. Watch a video of the inaugural series of projections in 2011: "Let Us Make Cake”
WORD ON MULBERRY STREET: BLOCK PARTY
Mulberry & Jersey Streets (betw. Houston & Prince Streets)
Mulberry Street will be closed to traffic and comes alive with collaborative performances of music and spoken word by youth from Urban Word NYC; poetry by the Bowery Poetry Club’s POEMobile; a performative installation of giant balloons by Snarkitecture; lighting installation by Double One Design; an animated projection exploring urban growth and the demise of cities due to climate change titled Metropolis; and a mini roller rink by SkateTruck NYC. Presented by The They Co. and New Museum.
The Old School at 233 Mott Street
Under the exhibition theme of "Wish Meme,” the They Co. explores ideas of wish fulfillment, fiscal dependency, self-entitlement, and the agents working against these phenomena in a series of exhibitions. Additional installations will occur throughout the building, including WATERSHED projections by Anita Glesta.
The second series of "After Hours,” presented by the Art Production Fund (APF) and New Museum, invites the public to view roller shutter works by fifteen artists along the Bowery. Artists include Derrick Adams, Ricci Albenda, Ellen Berkenblit, Mel Bochner, Daniel Buren, Michael Craig-Martin, Sylvie Fleury, Alex Israel, Kerry James Marshall, Oscar Murillo, Laura Owens, Adam Pendleton, Dana Schutz, and Wendy White. APF expanded this second iteration of the series with a new dimension of public participation by hosting an open call to select an additional artist to contribute to the mural series. Along with a panel of arts professionals, high school art students from the New Museum’s G:Class program ultimately selected Nao Uda (b.1983 Yokohama, Japan) as the winning entry.
DOIN’ IT IN THE PARK: PICK-UP BASKETBALL, NYC
Directed by Bobbito Garcia (aka DJ Kool Bob Love) and Kevin Couliau
New Museum Theater
This documentary film explores the history, culture, and social impact of New York’s summer basketball scene, the worldwide "Mecca” of the sport.
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