New York City and London
New York: 4:15- 5:15pm, EST
London: 9:15-10:15pm, BST
Exposure- Cloud Conversation 1 at Flux Factory and Tom’s Etching Studio
(a part of the 3459 Show)
39-31, 29th Street
Long Island City, New York 11101
Tom’s Etching Studio
9 Queen’s Yard
On August 10th at Flux Factory in NYC (4:15-5:15pm EST) and Tom’s Etching Studio in London (9:15-10:15pm BST), there will be a virtual dialogue with a live feed to each gallery between painter Joshua Dylan Rubin and writer Sylvia Arthur, which will explore what it means to be at the receiving end of concealed/revealed hate. Artist and curator of Cloud Conversations, Anne Murray, will join the discussion making commentary on the importance of artistic dialogue around these themes.
Cloud Conversations is a project bringing together the voices, thoughts, and artistic manifestations of artists, writers, and performers from around the world and is curated by Anne Murray.
This event is a part of the 3459 show, a collaboration between Relapse Collective and curator Emireth Herrera.
Anne Murray is an artist and curator with an MFA and MS in Art History from Pratt Institute and a BFA from Parsons School of Design in Paris. She has exhibited her work in London, Paris, Shanghai, Istanbul, Los Angeles, New York, Belgrade, and Budapest.
Joshua Dylan Rubin is a painter living in Brooklyn, NY with an MFA from Pratt Institute and the recipient of the distinguished Giuliani Scholarship. His work is a witnessing of the contemporary history of racism, sexism, xenophobia, and general discrimination that has occurred in New York City since the time of the 9/11 bombings.
Sylvia Arthur is a writer living in London, whose work explores themes of identity, diaspora, and place. Writing at the intersection of race and gender, she has freelanced for The Guardian, the BBC, and the British Journalism Review. She is currently writing her first book, African & Other Curse Words.