Our contemporary notions of place have shifted and expanded as technology and mobility touches the lives of local and global communities. Virtual environments, GPS signals, gentrification, psycho-geography, local ecology, and urban decay are some of the themes artists traverse while navigating their relationships with Place.
In this light, we are excited to present Hyperplace Harlem, a three-day festival, on October 4-6.
Hyperplace Harlem's program will feature media and visual artists, readings, performances, workshops, and discussions. Hyperplace Harlem seeks to bring together artists and audiences from various backgrounds and to foster engagement, sparking new discoveries and conversations.
Due to the rain, the Biodiversity Workshops at Clayton Williams Community Garden have been rescheduled for Sunday, October 5th. Hope to see you there!