Michelle Rosenberg and Howard Huang attached transducers to a phone booth giving a lo-fi audio experience when you plug in your i-pod or radio.
What Kind of City Do You Want to Live In? Barrie Cline, Grace Delgado and Lucinda Kalin brought their vision to the Generation X Garden on East 4th Street in the East Village.
Rena Leinberger brought her Optimism Pack (portable studio in the form of a backpack) to bring some color to an NYU building.
Six Degrees of Attachment – Sarah Nelson Wright
“I really hope one of you find this.” In front of the Marble Cemetery on East Second Street.
Update: 10/11 The police found this suspicious when they found several pounds of C-4 in the cemetery today.
Amelia Marzec shows how to make an RFID reader detector.
A conversation outside the Conflux Cafe on Stuyvesant Street in the East Village.
Eric Bessel presents Letters to a Stranger in Tompkins Square Park.
Buena aqui para “the little rocket.”
Conflux Video Here
Conflux is the annual New York festival for contemporary psychogeography, the investigation of everyday urban life through emerging artistic, technological and social practice. At Conflux, visual and sound artists, writers, urban adventurers and the public gather for four days to explore their urban environment.