Steve Lambert and Sara Dierck, will be presenting the Anti-Advertising Agency‘s portable sound unit project at Conflux 2006. The sound units will be installed in various locations around Brooklyn and Lambert and Dierck will give a talk on Sept. 15, 2006 between 3pm and 5pm at McCaig-Welles Gallery, Conflux HQ. If you’ll be around get in touch or say hello at the festival.
Conflux is the annual NYC festival for contemporary psychogeography where international artists, technologists, urban adventurers and the public put investigations of everyday city life into practice on the streets. At Conflux, the city becomes a playground, a nomadic laboratory and a space for the development of creative communities. Currently in its third year, Conflux will take place September 14 – 17th in Brooklyn. Over 80 artists from across the US and countries including Canada, UK, Spain, Germany, Finland, Sweden and Australia will come to Williamsburg to present projects including experimental walking, biking, boat and public-transport tours; street games and tech workshops; mobile broadcasts, performances and temporary installations.
Conflux headquarters: McCaig-Welles Gallery 129 Roebling Street, Williamsburg open 10am – 7pm.