TOMORROW PEOPLE TRAILER
November 16, 2017, 7-9PM
Shown as part of
State of Emergency
Bowery and Prince Street, NYC
A live projection event at the corner of Bowery and Prince Street featuring the work of 60 artists and filmmakers.
state of emergency 1. A situation of national danger or disaster in which a government suspends normal constitutional procedures in order to retain control.
A madman steps out of a television screen to become President of the United States. State of Emergency, a collective video projection event conceived in response to the current political crisis, is composed of short video clips by 60 artists and filmmakers, brought together in a creative, poetic and resonant manner in an act of community and solidarity.
Curated by: Nina Felshin and Lenore Malen Projection Design: Eamonn Farrell, Projection: The Illuminator
Doug Ashford, Aziz + Cucher, Perry Bard, Z Behl, Robin Bell, Zoe Beloff, Terry Berkowitz, Janet Biggs, Robert Boyd, Rebecca Centeno, Myrel Chernick, Chinatown Art Brigade / Betty Yu, Nancy Chunn / David McDevitt, The Cluster Project, Nancy Davidson, Deep Dish TV, Sam Fleischner, Hope Ginsburg, Neil Goldberg, Deedee Halleck, Michelle Handelman, Marisa Holmes, The Illuminator, Gary Indiana, Deborah Jack, Jesal Kapadia, Nina Katchadourian, Ellen Kozak / Scott D. Miller, Ellen K. Levy, Nora Ligorano / Marshall Reese, Mary Lucier, Julie Ludwig, Cynthia Madansky, Tiona Nekkia McClodden, Susan Meiselas, Ann Messner, Sherry Millner / Ernie Larsen, Eve Mosher, Erik Moskowitz / Amanda Trager, Jung Hee Mun, Zishun Ning, Lorie Novak, Julia Oldham, Laura Parnes, Pussy Riot, Tomas Rafa, Ilana Rein, Martha Rosler, Nicole Salazar / Pacho Velez, Begonia Santa-Cecila / Luis Moreno-Caballud, Dread Scott, Patricia Silva, Shelly Silver, Nick Tobier, Hong-An Truong, Martha Wilson, The Yes Lab, Yannis Ziogas / Yiorgos Drosos
Photo by: Michael Ross