LIVING ROOM LIGHT EXCHANGE NEW YORK
LIZANIA CRUZ + ARI MELENCIANO + FIELDS HARRINGTON
TUESDAY, April 30, 7PM
Ramsey Nasser is an independent computer scientist and artist fascinated by computers as tools of self expression. He develops programming languages to amplify human creativity, designs games to connect with people, and has taught others to do the same at schools across New York City.
FICTILIS is the collaborative practice of multimedia artists and curators Andrea Steves and Timothy Furstnau. The word “FICTILIS” is Latin for “capable of being shaped or changed; earthen.” This definition refers both to the form of our practice and to the role we intend it to play within the larger culture. We work on a project basis, with ongoing interests in language, material & waste, intersections between the social and environmental, and the making of exhibitions and institutions.
piece of work
whose work speaks to the contradictions of being a
Norms and expectations are his enemy and humor is his
He works in any medium that doesn’t require him to wash his hands afterward. But in the end,
is just the hot dog that delivers the ketchup that is
the realization that life is suffering and the only way to end suffering is to eat more ketchup.
The Living Room Light Exchange NY #lrlxny is organized and curated by Sarah Burke and Nicholas O’Brien. Previous curators have been Jason Huff, Nupur Mathur and Morehshin Allahyari.