Flux Factory is a non-profit art organization that supports and promotes emerging artists through exhibitions, commissions, residencies, and collaborative opportunities. Flux Factory is guided by its passion to nurture the creative process, and knows that this process does not happen in a vacuum but rather through a network of peers and through resource-sharing. Flux Factory functions as an incubation and laboratory space for the creation of artworks that are in dialogue with the physical, social, and cultural spheres of New York City (though collaborations may start in New York and stretch far beyond).
The central guiding concept of Flux Factory is that innovative new works are created out of a rigorous commitment to collaborative processes. It is thus a forum that encourages participants to work with new collaborators, with unfamiliar media, and within a stimulating and unique social environment. As an artist-run organization, Flux Factory is a distinguished cultural component of its Queens neighborhood and the greater New York art world. Flux Factory produces four major and dozens of smaller exhibitions per year, runs a residency program, and presents monthly events that serve the artistic communities and general public of New York City.
Upcoming Public Events:
Flux Factory is pleased to present its next 2017 Major Exhibition, Tongue Tide, opening Thursday, July 6 from 6-9PM. The exhibition will be on view through Sunday, July 30 with gallery hours on Saturdays & Sundays from 1-6PM, and by appointment.
Opening Reception, July 6th, 6-9PM
Featuring The Blue Bus Project, and performances by Irene Chan, JeviJoe Vitug, and Martha Wilson.
Flux Thursday, July 13, 5:30PM
Artists walk by Bibi Calderaro, followed by a potluck with performances by Maribel Placencia and Purgatory Pie Press.
Cinema Flux, July 26, 8PM Organized by J Triangular.
Closing Reception, July 30th, 2-6PM
Performances by Amela Parcic with Marija Draskic with an opera by Michal Dzitko, as well as a potluck dinner organized by Masoom Moitra.