Conflux 2006: The Annual NYC Festival for Contemporary Psychogeography

Posted by kanarinka akanarinak | Wed Sep 13th 2006 7:32 a.m.

The Annual NYC Festival for Contemporary Psychogeography

Thursday, September 14 - Sunday, September 17

Conflux is the annual New York festival for contemporary
psychogeography, the investigation of everyday urban life through
emerging artistic, technological and social practice.

At Conflux, participants, along with attendees and the public, put
their investigations into action on the city streets. The city
becomes a playground, a laboratory and a space for the development of
new networks and communities.

Conflux events are free and open to the public. They include works
from over 75 participating artists and presenters:

* walks and tours
* lectures, workshops, and panels
* street games and tech-enabled expeditions
* interactive performance
* social / environmental research
* public art installations
* audio / video / film programs


Conflux is produced by Glowlab. The 2006 edition is co-curated by
Christina Ray, Dave Mandl and iKatun.

Conflux Production: Glowlab
Producer: Christina Ray
Assistant Producer: Sarah Pace
Curatorial Team: Christina Ray, Dave Mandl, iKatun
Graphic Design: Kurt Bigenho
Information Architecture: Christina Ray
Programming: Jeffrey Barke
Special Thanks: Melissa McCaig-Welles, Jessica Thompson, Robin
Antiga, Krista Jenkins, Nicole Sierra
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