Neighborhood Public Radio presents
as one of the culminating events of the Whitney Biennial 2008
NOVA :: Illuminated Corridor
Saturday, May 31, 2008
8:53pm - 10:53pm

Gansevoort Plaza [between Hudson & 9th]
Manhattan, NY, NY

free street performance ||  rain or shine  ||  bring an fm radio

Neighborhood Public Radio joins forces with The Illuminated Corridor to relight a Manhattan civic space in a performance of watchable radio.

One of the culimating events of NPR's "American Life" exhibition at the Whitney Biennial 2008, this Corridor explores all manner of NOVA: heavenly event, (ir)rational inquiry, cataclysmic variable, and rumbling imperative.

Walk among this collaboration of performative projectionists, intermedia artists and musicians as they relight a city street with experimental outdoor cinema.

Artists include: Thomas Carnacki [with W.A Davison and S. Higgins], Nicholas Chase, Cinepimps [Alfonso Alvarez and Keith Arnold], Steve Cossman, Peter Cramer and Jack Waters, Steve Dye, Bradley Eros, Richard Garet, Sandra Gibson & Luis Recoder, Andy Graydon, Gilbert Guerrero & Kathleen Quillian, Rose Kallal, Adam Kendall, killer banshee [Eliot Daughtry & Kriss De Jong], Lovid [Tali Hinkis & Kyle Lapidus], Katherin Mcinnis, Joel Schlemowitz, Jean-Luc Sinclair & Bridget Batch, Hank Willis Thomas and Cause Collective, Vortex [Satoshi Takeishi & Shoko Nagai] and others, with live, hyper-local FM broadcast from Neighborhood Public Radio

About the Corridor
The Illuminated Corridor is a next step in outdoor cinema: a nomadic public art installation that creates site-specific illumination of public space, drawing on local traditions of film and live music.

About Neighborhood Public Radio
Neighborhood Public Radio is an independent, artist-run radio project committed to providing an alternative media platform for artists, activists, musicians, and community members.

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