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Foop: In "Foop," the lobby of 55 Washington Street becomes the site for a possible science fiction plot. Playing off the motif of the elevator door as a porthole to other realms, the installation proposes that this office elevator could take you further than the fourth floor.
"Kafkaesque Hammock," a collection of hanging hammocks, interconnected by a pulley system. This piece involves the audience’s participation since they become each other’s counterweight while inside the hanging hammocks.
"Swarm": A series of paintings made with propolis, a resin, designed and fabricated by honeybees.
"Video DUMBO": a festival for contemporary video art.
The Sculptors Guild exhibition at 55 Washington.
"Coppercussion/Papercussion" by sound artist Nick Yulman and printmaker Hope Dector, who use the materials of printmaking, electronics and sound to create a network of automated musical devices.
The Center for Photography at Woodstock's auction preview of contemporary and classic photographs.
"Trailer Park": A self-contained portable eco-system and public park housed inside a reclaimed portable travel trailer.
At "Barter Town" participants are invited to bring their ideas, services, songs, stories, unwanted goods, canned goods, handmade art, appliances and anything they think may hold value and haggle for something that they want.
The "Waterbombs!" show.
The "Asphalt Orchestra" show.
The Sculptors Guild will be hosting a molten iron demonstration where they will cast forty souvenir medallions before the eyes of festival goers.
Bubby's Pie Social!
On Saturday the festival runs noon to 8 p.m., and on Sunday noon to 6 p.m. Outdoor projections run from 6 p.m. to midnight.
- DUMBO Arts Festival 2010: Art Breaks Out All Over
- DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival 2009
- DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival 2008
- DUMBO Art Under the Bridge Festival 2007
Photos copyright MK Metz
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