Works on view by Stream Team
Melissa F. Clarke
Friday 6/5 to Sunday 6/7
1196 Myrtle Ave
Stream Gallery is an artist-run space founded in 2014 in Bushwick, NY. Stream has a special interest in new ideas, new media, and performance that is community aware, collaborative, and immersive. Exhibitions have been featured in Art in America, The New York Times, The New Yorker, and The Huffington Post.
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Hanny Ahern is an American interdisciplinary Artist working with subtle messages embedded in culture, the body, and visual tropes. Her work proposes that the viewer question the threshold of internal and external attention as expressed through visual patterns in culture, fashion, biology, with a media agnostic approach to ideas. Her work has been exhibited in the U.S. and internationally and has been artist in Residence in Iceland and Kenya. Ahern works as a facilitator collaborator.
Melissa F. Clarke is a Brooklyn-based interdisciplinary artist whose work employs data and generative self-programmed compositional environments. Clarke, recently an artist in residence at the Simon’s Center for Art and Geometry at SUNY Stonybrook, has performed and exhibited her multimedia work at spaces such as: Center for New Music, CA (2014), Interactive Art Fair, FL (2013), Eastern Bloc, CAN (2013), Reverse Art Space, NY (2012, 2013), 319 Scholes, NY (2011), Eyebeam, NY (2012), Issue Project Room, NY (2009), Simons Center for Geometry and Physics, NY (2013).
Kip Davis is a visual artist, technologist, and producer based in Bushwick. Davis studied Graphic Design at Northeastern Univeristy. As a multimedia artist he has collaborated with other artists and musicians to create multi sensory experiences. His mediums include lasers, video, microcontrollers, and special effects. As a producer he has worked with visual and performance artists such as Terrell Davis and Autumn Ahn. His first solo show recently debuted at Stream.
Monica Mirable is a interdisciplinary artist / producer known for her work as a partner in the performance of Fluct. Mirabile produces large-scale installation and immersive performance in her original work. She runs a Dance/ Yoga space in Bushwick called Otion Front Studio as well as tours with musicians MNDR and Pictureplane. Her work has been shown internationally and locally including MOMA PS1 and The Queens Museum.
Michael Potvin works as a time-based media artist and interactive developer in New York City. Potvin is the founder of Nitemind, Brooklyn artist spaces Stream Gallery and Steeldrums and holds a degree in Electrical and Computer Systems Engineering from Boston University. Michael's work focuses on abstract visualizations created by autonomous software algorithms, analog video synthesis, custom lighting installations & interactive control.
Christine Tran is Founder and Creative Director of Witches of Bushwick, an agency specializing in event production and creative management. Tran is the Editor In Chief of The Coven Magazine, a bi-annual creative arts publication; in addition, the Director of WITCHES X ESKFF Artist Residency at Mana Contemporary in Jersey City NJ. As a curator she has worked with visual and performance artists such as Anne Vieux, Jesse Moretti, Meriem Bennani, Yolene and Yulan Grant, and Monica Mirabile. Her work explores Asian identity: displacement, assimilation and empowerment.