LumenFest 2011, Lighthouse Museum site

LumenFest 2011, Lighthouse Museum site

Lumenfest 2011 Head curator Ginger Shulick Guest Curators: Denise Carvalho, Jill McDermid and Erik Hokanson, Natalia Mount, Peter Duhon, Paul Moakley
Lighthouse Museum Site
June 25th 6pm-midnight

Artists Adriana Varella, Aimee Norwich, Alex Villar, Alexey VS, Alice Vogler, Alina Rojas, Alison Ward, Allison Berkoy, Amanda Curtis, Amanda Morgan, Anarcho Art Lab, Ancient Ocean, Andrew Mount, Angela Freiberger, Angela Washko, Anya Liftig, Brenda Anne Kenneally, Brendan Coyle, Bruce Randall, Carolina Redondo, Caustic Castle, Charles Chace, Chaw Ei Thein, Claudia Pena Salinas, Daniel Pepice, Daniela Kostova, Daphane Park, Dena Al-Adeeb, Don Porcella, Elinor Evelyn, Erik Hokanson, Erik Sanner, Fabio Marco Pirovino, Gabriel Comrie Pepín, Grady Gerbracht, Hassan Pitts, Heavy Hymns, Hiroshi Shafer, Hz Collective, Igor Baloste, Jaanika Peerna, Janaina Tschäpe, Jason Peters, Jeanne Verdoux, Jill McDermid, Jo Q. Nelson, Jodie Lyn-Kee Chow, John Loggia, Joro De Boro, Kathryne Hall, Katie Berry, Katie Murray, Kazue Taguchi, Kelley Bell, Kelly Pinho, Kerry Downey, Kirk Peterson, Kyle Corea, Latoya Ruby Frazier, Laurel Jay Carpenter, Lauren Fleishman, Lisa Dahl, Lopi Laroe, Lydia Watson-Lewis, Mandy Morrison, Margaret Salmon, Marina Temkina, Mark Clare, Marni Kotak, Matthew Sleeth, Meghan Van Alstyne, Melissa West, Mike Shane, Mikhael Antone, Miryana Todorova, Myk Henry, Nguyen Smith, Nia Burks, Nick Fevelo, Nicole Baker, Nijah Cunningham, Nilton Maltz, Noah Klersfeld, Özlem Günyol & Mustafa Kunt, Paul Moakley, Pedro Motta, Petra Lindholm, Phil Stearns, Pilottone, Quinn Dukes McDivitt, Rafael Sanchez, Rebecca Jampol, Rob Andrews, Russell Chartier & Paul Botelho, Sama Alshaibi, Sander Houtkruijer, Sean Metelerkamp, Sean Simpson, Sebastien Sanz de Santamaria, Staten Island OutLOUD, Steven Lapcevic, Syracuse Experimental, Tattfoo Tan, Tiffany Carbonneau, Tomaz Hipolito, Vela Phelan, Video Gang, Yana Dimitrova, Yoon Young Park, Zhenesse Staniec Heinemann.

Lumen is an outdoor video and performance art festival featuring cutting edge work by established and emerging artists with raw, decrepit warehouses as the backdrop. It is in its second year, bringing over 800 people to Staten Island’s waterfront for this single largest contemporary art one-day event in Staten island’s history. Lumen will take place on June 25th, 2011 on the northern, industrial, Staten Island waterfront site of the Lighthouse Museum. In addition to the video projections, there are a
full-range of performance art events happening throughout the day, courtesy of Grace Exhibition Space in Brooklyn. These performance art events keep the audience involved as we wait for the sun to set and the projectors start to roll.

Lumen
Lighthouse Museum
2 minutes from the SI Ferry Terminal

For more information
Monica Valenzuela at 718.447.3329x1004 or mvalenzuela@statenislandarts.org.
www.statenislandarts.org/blog/lumen



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