WALLPLAY

Pop-Up Exhibits 

 

Located at 26 Fulton Street & 117 Beekman Street

 

26 Fulton Street

 

Sync 1 with WILDLIFE! July 11 - July 24

Sync 2 with Donmoyer July 25 - August 7

Sync 3 with Aurora Halal August 8 - August 22

Sync is a series of collaborative exhibitions between Nitemind and musical artists hosted in an abandoned flagship store, operated by Wallplay. Working alongside musicians since its inception, Nitemind brings its signature lighting to create an immersive audio experience.

117 Beekman

 

On view until August 25th

Monday-Friday 10am-8pm

Saturday-Sunday 10-7pm

Danish-born collaborative duo, Louise Foo and Martha Skou, work with smartphone technology, physical computing, graphics, printmaking, textiles, and sculpture to explore the possibilities of composing, making, and experiencing sound in the digital age. The graphic score, a form of musical notation that utilizes visual symbols to represent music, is central to their interest in experimental sound. FOO/SKOU have shown their interactive sound installations at venues such as Wonderspaces, The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), Maison Du Danemark in Paris, Telfair Museums in Savannah, and Pioneer Works Center for Art + Innovation.

WALLPLAY

Pop-Up Exhibits 

 

Located at 26 Fulton Street & 117 Beekman Street

 

26 Fulton Street

 

Sync 1 with WILDLIFE! July 11 - July 24

Sync 2 with Donmoyer July 25 - August 7

Sync 3 with Aurora Halal August 8 - August 22

Sync is a series of collaborative exhibitions between Nitemind and musical artists hosted in an abandoned flagship store, operated by Wallplay. Working alongside musicians since its inception, Nitemind brings its signature lighting to create an immersive audio experience.

117 Beekman

 

On view until August 25th

Monday-Friday 10am-8pm

Saturday-Sunday 10-7pm

Danish-born collaborative duo, Louise Foo and Martha Skou, work with smartphone technology, physical computing, graphics, printmaking, textiles, and sculpture to explore the possibilities of composing, making, and experiencing sound in the digital age. The graphic score, a form of musical notation that utilizes visual symbols to represent music, is central to their interest in experimental sound. FOO/SKOU have shown their interactive sound installations at venues such as Wonderspaces, The Museum of Arts and Design (MAD), Maison Du Danemark in Paris, Telfair Museums in Savannah, and Pioneer Works Center for Art + Innovation.