Chance Ecologies invites you to join them at the Queens Museum for the closing events of the Queens International 2016. Chance Ecologies is currently participating in a six-week-long residency at the museum’s Studio In The Park program, where they are creating Chance Ecologies: Flushing River.
3pm – Reclaimed Ground screening at Queens International 2016
Join Chance Ecologies artist Nate Dorr and curator Nathan Kensinger at the Queens Museum for the closing events of the Queens International 2016 biennial, where they will be participating in A Frame Apart, the biennial’s short film program. At 3pm, the museum will host a screening which will include Reclaimed Ground – a short documentary created by Dorr and Kensinger.
5pm – Reception in Mobile Studio in the Park
The screening will be followed by a Q&A with the filmmakers, and afterwards, Chance Ecologies invites all attendees to join them at the Studio in the Park for continued discussion and refreshments. Find out more about their activities exploring the Flushing River in their residency through August 15.
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