CONVERGE, presented by Nissan: Submerse yourself in a provocative conversation on the intersection of technology, art, and music with curated technology-enhanced interactive installations, panels, workshops and a performance by CHVRCHES.
The CONVERGE event will be held at Pioneer Works in Red Hook, Brooklyn – an artist-run cultural center imagined by its founder, artist Dustin Yellin, as a place in which artists, scientists, and thinkers from various backgrounds intersect.
Dustin Yellin will have art display, along with interactive light and sound installations from:
- Jen Lewin - Chandelier Harp which invites guests to reimagine the harp as playable beams of light and and Aqueous, series of interactive light squares;
- Envelop Pop-up portable immersive listening space;
- Marpi Studio's Interactive Projections;
- VR demonstrations with Brooklyn's VRBAR
Panels and discussions will focus on the future design topics:
- The Future of Transportation, hosted by Mike Spinelli, The Drive
- The Technology of Racing, with Hanah Elliot, Bloomberg Pursuits
- Designing to the Moon and Back, hosted by Chuck Tannert, Fast Company
Jen Lewin will also give a keynote and Beyond Meat will do a cooking workshop.
CONVERGE starts at noon on Friday, July 12th, 2019 and space is limited, so RSVP for free now!
CONVERGE will bring together some of today's most interesting artists, working at the intersection of technology, music, and art.