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WHEL 666.1 FM

December 3, 2013


The Skybridge Art & Sound Space presents the second work of the fall 2013 season, WHEL 666.1FM, a work by Hethre Contant.  This sound piece is a radio broadcast from Hell inspired by the characters from Dante’s Inferno and was created by a student in partnership with Hethre. Below are photographs of the set up […]

Do You Have The Time?

September 29, 2013


The curators at The Skybridge Art & Sound Space excitedly unveil the first among a series of scheduled exhibitions for the Fall 2013 semester. This fall’s premiere exhibition, “Do You Have the Time?”, features the work of 6 six poetry students whose creative expression are inspired by stranger interactions in and around the city. Elements […]

Opening Reception: Wednesday, May 2, 2012 @ 4PM

April 27, 2012


The Skybridge Art & Sound Space is pleased to announce the opening of  Not Wanting to Say Anything About John Cage, an exhibition inspired by the legacy of one of the most influential composers and artists of the 20th century. In a career spanning more than sixty years, Cage crafted works that transformed the way […]

More with Peter Lucas…

March 22, 2012


The following questions were part of an ongoing conversation with students at Eugene Lang College at The New School about the exhibition The City in Winter.  After meeting with students for a gallery talk, they submitted some additional questions to Peter Lucas: Question: When did you being shooting in winter?  Is it something about the […]

The City in Winter

February 14, 2012


Opening February 15, 2012, the Skybridge Art & Sound Space is proud to exhibit Peter Lucas’ recent photographs, The City in Winter.  Inspired by the late Belgian poet Francois Jacqmin’s book Le live de la neige (The Book of Snow), Lucas created a series of photographs as a visual response to the poems. Each photograph […]

Artifix Mori

November 3, 2011


The Skybridge Art & Sound Space is pleased to announce its newest installation, Artifix Mori, now on view through January 31, 2012, by John Ensor Parker and Jason Krugman, visiting artists in the Visual Arts program at Eugene Lang College. Using a combination of silkworm cocoons and LED lights, Parker and Krugman have created an […]

Mobility Shifts

October 10, 2011


Ghana ThinkTank is a worldwide network of think tanks that is, in the artists’ words,  “Developing the First World,” implementing “Third World Solutions to First World Problems,” whether they seem impractical, embarrassing, frightening, or brilliant. This summer, Ghana ThinkTank traveled to former Yugoslavia, where they invited Serbs and Albanians living in the violently divided city […]