As part of free participatory art projecte Writing On It All, Bronx-born artist and poet Edwin Torres, three dancers from Collective Settlement (Felicia Ballos, Jean Brennan, Elizabeth Castagna), and tuba player Ben Stapp will be moving throughout a 19th century house on Governors Island.
HoUSe is an immersive, interactive exploration of what it means to make a place home. You are invited to enter an abandoned house on Governor’s Island – once a military barracks, banned by federal law from being inhabited since– in ways that evoke the process of entering the US.
Arts Brookfield brings the acclaimed interactive music installation The Swings: An exercise in Musical Collaboration by Daily tous les jours to the Hudson River waterfront in Lower Manhattan from June 10 through to July 7, 2016. Daily tous les jours projects re-enchant everyday life and stimulate playful encounters, conversations, and ultimately, ignite in people a sense of what is possible.
Date: June 10 - July 7, 2016 Time: 12:00 - 8:00 p.m. daily
Inspired by Brooklyn’s native oyster reefs, the Brooklyn Arts Council's NYC Oyster Show features color photographs of Colleen Flanigan's underwater sculptures and an installation of Judith Pleva’s unbound multimedia scrapbook.