Plexus is an interdisciplinary lecture/performance series in Upper Manhattan. We seek to provide community members and curious minds with a forum for exchange, emphasizing multi-disciplinary conversations between art, science, humanities, and everything in between.
Join us for the upcoming installment of Plexus.
Featured this month:
// Stephen Duncombe
professor, writer, and director of the Center for Artistic Activism presents on creative forms of action bridging the worlds of performance art, dissent, and politics.
// Jesse Fuchs
game creator and theorist (most recently the developer of the board game: Guts of Glory) discusses 20th century board games and gives us some keen insight into some of our favorites -- like monopoly!
// Phillip Stearns
artist/engineer will discuss his sound and visual practice in electronic media, through which "the circuit is explored as a means for sculpting electricity."
// Special screening of video by Michael Haight.
461 W 126th St.
New York, New York 10027
United States of America