Urban Video Project (UVP) is pleased to announce UVP Summer Review 2021, featuring pieces from the UVP 2020-21 programming year, Inflection Points which explored radical change.
UVP will run the Summer Review 2021 program every exhibition night from June 17 – September 4, 2021, Thursday – Saturday from dusk to 11 p.m.
If you missed one of this year’s main exhibitions, now is your chance to see it!
June 17-July 3: Fluid Frontiers by Ephraim Asili
July 8-July 17: Terror Has No Shape by Luis Arnias
July 21-July 31: Signal 8 by Simon Liu
August 5-August 14: Blue and Red by Zhou Tao
August 19-September 4: Figure 8 by Steffani Jemison
UVP 2020-21: Inflection Points
This programming year at UVP takes its title from a mathematical term that describes the point in a curve at which a change in direction occurs. This year marks UVP’s 10th anniversary as a Light Work program. This has also been an extraordinary year, filled with many changes―globally, nationally, and also at Urban Video Project―and the demand for more change. The artists and programs featured during this year reflected that, exploring uncertainty and sites of radical change.
This exhibition was supported by the New York State Council on the Arts with the support of Governor Andrew M. Cuomo and the New York State Legislature.