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CURRENT ARTIST: SUSAN LISBIN

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UPCOMING: David Eustace : Rocketworks X11 July 15-24 (see below for details)

UPCOMING: Tristan Schipa: Zines July 26 - 30

UPCOMING: Matt Bua August 3 - September 21

 

 

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: June 21, 2019

rocketworks: X11, David Eustace

ART INSTALLATION, event programming


rocketworks: X11 is a multimedia installation by artist David Eustace at HiLo, 365 Main Street, Catskill, New York, running from July 16th until July 24th, 2019. Free, open to the public during Hilo business hours.


Coinciding with the 50th anniversary of the first manned flight to the moon and back in 1969, rocketworks: X11 features an eight-day long sound piece that begins with launch on July 16th at 9:32 am EDT, and will run continuously until splashdown on July 24th, at 12:50pm EDT. 


Audible at listening stations in the space and accessible online through a stream made possible in partnership with Wave Farm, the piece, called X11,  uses archival audio of NASA’s communications between earth and the moon-bound Apollo 11 astronauts to mirror the historic trip in real time. Selected content will be broadcast on Wave Farm's WGXC 90.7-FM in New York's Upper Hudson Valley. Visit wavefarm.org for more information.


Combined with stop-motion video, works on paper, and mixed-media sculpture, rocketworks: X11 explores themes of risk, reward, aggression, & play while celebrating this complex human achievement as the culmination of over two millennia of experimentation with rocketry. For details and updates, visit rocketworksx11.com or follow #rocketworksx11 on Instagram. 


For questions or more information, please contact David Eustace at dfeustace@gmail.com or 518 567 1082.


TUES JULY 16  'LIVE' LIFTOFF VIDEO, X11 stream begins, 9:32am

WED JULY 17 TRIVIA NIGHT 7pm 

SAT JULY 20 MOON LANDING 3:17pm; MOONWALK 10:56pm

SUN JULY 21 MOVIE NIGHT, Al Reinhart’s 'For All Mankind', 6:30pm

WED JULY 24 SPLASHDOWN, X11 stream ends, 12:50pm