August 8, 2002 - Creative Time - Creative Time’s Exhibition: Consuming Places
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August 8, 2002

Creative Time’s Exhibition: Consuming Places

Creative Time's Exhibition: Consuming Places
Opens August 14, 2002, 7 9 pm

Outdoor and Indoor Installations by Architects, Artists, and Designers Along the Historic DUMBO Waterfront

Water Street between Main and Dock, DUMBO, BROOKLYN

What: Creative Time is pleased to announce the public opening of Consuming Places on August 14, 2002, 7 9 p.m. From an installation of sounds collected from the Brooklyn Bridge to telescopes that reveal messages inscribed on the City skyline, the artworks in Consuming Places connect New York Citys historic character with ephemeral technologies, respond to the increasing overlap between public and private spheres, and entice us to ascribe meaning and value to both social and urban space.

Who: Internationally acclaimed architects, artists, and designers, Asymptote, Bill Fontana, Greyworld, Marjetica Potrc, and 212box, have created site-specific works visualizing spaces that defy typical physical boundaries and examining the emerging virtual and physical spaces that are radically changing our experiences of the urban environment.

Where: The exhibition will be located on Water Street, between Main and Dock Streets in DUMBO, Brooklyn.

Hours: The exhibition will be open to the public August 15 October 27, 2002, Thursday through Sunday, 1 6 p.m. Admission is free.

Music Series: Creative Times annual music series will take place September 19, 26, and October 3.

Information: For more information on scheduled events, directions, and to learn more about Consuming Places participants, please visit our website, www.creativetime.org

****Consuming Places was originally conceived for Creative Times nineteenth year in the magical Brooklyn Bridge Anchorage, which is now unavailable due to national security concerns. The architects, artists, and designers in the exhibition were specifically commissioned to activate a block of majestic nineteenth-century structures along the waterfront. Situated in three structures between Water Street and the newly renovated Empire-Fulton Ferry State Park the Tobacco Warehouse (Bill Fontana), Empire Stores (Greyworld), and the Stable at 16 Main Street (Asymptote, Marjetica Potrc, and 212box)Consuming Places furthers Creative Times thirty-year mission of invigorating unusual and neglected public sites with fresh artistic visions. www.creativetime.org.

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