Immersive Art at Pioneer Works
Experience all three immersive art installations now on view at Pioneer Works, an artist-run cultural space in Brooklyn!
- Be one of the first to see “Brand New Heavies,” a site-specific installation that combines video, sculpture, and architecture, opening April 2nd
Immerse yourself in “the bomb,” a multimedia experience the explores nuclear weapons
See “Milk Debt,” a crowd-sourced multi-channel video installation
About this Webinar:
Untapped New York Insiders are invited to a private group showing of three current art exhibitions on view at Pioneer Works, an artist-run cultural center in Brooklyn. The three works on view are “the bomb” by artist Smriti Keshari and critically acclaimed writer Eric Schlosser, “Milk Debt,” by Patty Chang and “Brand New Heavies,” curated by Racquel Chevremont and Mickalene Thomas—collectively known as Deux Femmes Noires.
Over the course of two hours, Insiders are welcome to experience each installation at their own pace.
- “the bomb” capacity is 5 people at a time. The installation is located on the 3rd floor and only accessible via stairs. “the bomb” is an hour-long film and so experienced as more of immersion for the duration of your viewing experience, at the length of your choosing.
- “Milk Debt” capacity is capped at 10 people at a time and it is located on the second floor, accessible only via stairs.