Borderless: In Perspective
Exhibition: December 3 - 17, 2016
Vernissage: December 3, 2016 6pm - 9pm
Finissage: December 17, 2016 5:30 - 8:00pm
Other activities: Click for full schedule.
Photo: Eva Davidova
LiTE-HAUS Galerie + Projektraum welcomes three renowned arts organizations who will present their collaborative initiative "Sharing Perspectives" which explores the impact of art on communities. The Node Center for Curatorial Studies, Flux Factory, and the New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) will present focus groups and an exhibition "Borderless: In Perspective" during December, 2016. For a full schedule of events click here.
Sharing Perspectives is an initiative launched by these organizations. It is an ongoing international research project for people across all sectors to share their experiences with art so that we may have a better understanding of how the arts can and could have an impact on individuals, communities, and the world around us. The group will present a collection of conversations as well as an analysis of gathered information to share with the public.
Flux Factory was founded in 1994 in Queens, New York. It has offered an informal, artist-run, and collective residency program comprised of a changing community of creative collaborators, including (but not limited to) artists, community organizers, urban agriculturalists, educators, curators, builders, game designers and musicians.
The Node Center for Curatorial Studies is an art organization focused on research and education in contemporary art, founded in Berlin 2010. The Center focuses on research by which the team investigates experimental approaches to art that have significant impact on how we think, feel, or experience the world around us; and learning via an ever-expanding series of online courses.
The New York Foundation for the Arts (NYFA) was founded in 1971 as an independent organization to serve individual artists throughout New York. NYFA's mission is to empower emerging artists and arts organizations across all disciplines at critical stages in their creative careers and professional/organizational development. In 2009, NYFA extended the programs and services throughout the United States and the international community, and is now the largest arts organization in the USA.