JEREMY D. SLATER is a multi-disciplinary artist working in the areas
of sound, video, computer art, performance, and installation. A graduate of the School of Visual Arts with an MFA in Computer Art, he performs as ( ) and is a member of ROTC (Rubaiyats ofthe Cicadas), Frogwell, tū EMP, and Plan 23. He is currently curator of "sonic front" at Front Room Gallery, a series exploring electroacoustic improvisation, electronic music, and sound art. Slater was a recipient of the 1999 Computer Art Fellowship from New York Foundation of the Arts (NYFA), has attended the Experimental Television Residency, was guest musician at Watermill Center and HERE with Cave/Leimay, and was artist in residence at Seoul Art Space_Geumcheon in Seoul, South Korea. He has exhibited and performed in the United States, Canada, England, Germany, France, Italy, South Korea, and Japan. www.jeremyslater.net
Master projectionist MARK ALAN JOHNSON, aka DOCTOR MOJO, has been involved in the indie arts and music community in NYC for over two decades. His diverse career currently revolves around cutting edge video projection design and architectural mapping. His company, Mojo Video Tech, Inc., specializes in large-scale video projections and multimedia display solutions for award shows, product launches, corporate events, theatre, opera, and concert tours. He also provides technical consultation and design services to all facets of the entertainment technology industry. When not working on high profile corporate jobs he can be found performing as VJ DoctorMojo, a highly sought after visual artist in the electronic dance music scene. http://mojovideotech.com
Thomas Lendvai: 10 is a physically immersive installation constructed from industrial materials including sheetrock and wooden beams that divides and alters the gallery space into four quadrants. Upon entering the gallery, the viewer engages in a participatory experience—having no privileged perspective of the sculpture—and only apprehends the full object by walking around the piece and viewing it from various vantage points. Built in the tradition of Minimalism, the sculpture exists within the construct of space and time, and exists independent of any historical implications or narrative.
Through this site-responsive work, Lendvai transforms everyday construction materials into a large-scale sculptural experience that celebrates the intrinsic and elemental value inherent within the materials.
Thomas Lendvai: 10 is the gallery’s tenth exhibition, and its first solo exhibition. Summer gallery hours are Thursday thru Sunday 1-6 pm, and by appointment through August 23.
ODETTA is a Bushwick-based gallery created and run by artist Ellen Hackl Fagan. The gallery exhibits the works of contemporary artists focusing on Color Theory, Minimalism, Glyphs, Buddha Mind, Fluxus, History, Humor, Psychedelia, Ephemera, Science, Math and Music.