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  • Constance Hockday

     Boggsville Boatel (2011) was a floating hotel and performance space originally part of the Sea Worthy Exhibition curated by Flux Factory in Jamaica Bay Queens. The installation hosted more than 5000 people over three months and utilized 6 boats and a floating platform stage. The Boatel held nightly lectures, movie screenings, and storytelling by nautical enthusiasts, as well as a meeting with the city planners.

  • Sea Worthy

    Sea Worthy (2011) was an exhibition and series of public screenings, performances, lectures, workshops and artist-led excursions on the water organized by the Flux Factory, EFA Project Space, and The Gowanus Studio Space. The project invited discussion about water access and engaged maritime themes in contemporary art – in consultation with boat builders, world-class mariners, historians, writers, activists, and ecologists.

  • The Arts of Logistics

    The Arts of Logistics conference  brings together scholars, activists, and artists from across the humanities and social sciences to interrogate how social movements and the arts respond to a world remade by logistics.

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