Saturday April 4, 5pm at the Synthetic Zero Art Space
presentations and work by
Yasmine Alwan, Sergio Bessa, Melissa A Calderón, Ethan Ham, Jane Hsu, Edwin Torres and Spanic Attack, and Angie Waller
curated by Laura Napier
The movie Stranger than Fiction is about an author who is literally writing a real person's life as it happens. The event Stranger than Fiction features interdisciplinary art and literary work that fictionalizes: it follows the lives of strangers, disorients while browsing the internet, uses social networks in ways not originally intended, refers to new schools of thought, and is cryptically dispensed and dispersed. The installation of Stranger than Fiction is artifacts and archives related to the event: a networked computer, video, photographs, signage, a manuscript, clothing, supplemental books, and a comfy couch.
sneaky preview: Wednesday, April 1, 5-9pm (for the Bronx Culture Trolley)
presentations: Saturday, April 4, 5pm
viewing by appointment only through April 23. Please call 646.220.0716
synthetic zero art space
305 East 140th St #1a
Bronx, NY 10454
from Manhattan: uptown 6 train to 138th St (first stop in the Bronx after 125). Exit front of train; turn left at the token booth. You are on Alexander Avenue! Walk past police precinct two blocks to 140th St. and turn left - 305 is on a paper sign in the glass door, buzz 1A.