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.
Reverse Space is a hub for the Northside Festival; please check here for details about the festival and other arts events happening in the neighborhood: http://