Sea Worthy is an exhibition and series of public screenings, performances, lectures, workshops and artist-led excursions on the water presented by the EFA Project Space, Flux Factory and The Gowanus Studio Space. With 72 islands and over 700 miles of coastline, New York City is a formidable archipelago. This project invites discussion about water access, activates the largest open space in the city, and engages maritime themes in contemporary art practice. Sea Worthy brings together artists to create work about, around, and on the waterways of New York City in the summer of 2011.
Image courtesy of Reid Stowe
July 2-3, 9-10, and 16-17 – Build a Trajinera with Natalia Porter
July 7 – August 20 – Constance Hockaday’s Boggsville Boatel and Boat-In Theater
July 7-10 and 28-31 – Gina Siepel: CACOPHONY, A Series of Listening Trips
August 6-7 – Alalba Eco Tours
Ongoing, July-August – Ian Warren: Henry David Thoreau’s Cabin
Ongoing, July-August – Andrew Eutsler, Shane Heinemeier & Alison Ward
Ongoing, July-August – Hans Maharawal & Thomas Robinson: Pirate Ship
Contact georgia(at)fluxfactory.org for more information.