AD Projects is pleased to announce the one-day exhibition of CHROMATIC HI-FIVE!, a public fabric installation by Amanda Browder. The installation of CHROMATIC HI-FIVE! is the first in a series of events produced in conjunction with AD Projects’ exhibition Spectrum Vision, currently on view at Reverse Space in Williamsburg. Browder’s sculpture will cover a 17-foot U-Haul truck with fabric donated by people in greater New York City and Toronto. The piece was originally constructed for the Nuit Blanche Public Art Festival/LEITMOTIF, curated by Stuart Keeler, in Toronto, Canada in 2010. CHROMATIC HI-FIVE!, will make its Williamsburg debut in front of Reverse Space on June 17th as a complement to Browder’s wall installation Synesthesia: Lightning + Drips in Spectrum Vision, and will be open for viewing all day.
Spectrum Vision at Reverse Space will be open from 3 – 9pm on Sunday, June 17th. The evening will also include a sound performance by Brooklyn-based electronic collective HEAVYPET (feat. Crinkles). HEAVYPET will perform an experimental set from 6 – 9 pm.
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Spectrum Vision is an exhibition of young visionaries. The seven artists in Spectrum Vision are unified by separate, singular conceptions of the world as it might have been, as it could be now, and as it may become. They are not simply of our time; they are beyond it. The exhibition features work by Alex Arcadia, Jeffrey Beebe, Allison Berkoy, Ryan Brennan, Amanda Browder, Jacolby Satterwhite, and Alex Yudzon.
Spectrum Vision will be on view through June 30, 2012 at Reverse Space. For more information, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org.
Reverse Space: 28 Frost Street, Brooklyn, N.Y. 11211 - www.reversespace.org