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Showing at Babel this month in Jackson Heights.
ABOUT. This exhibition explores the relationship of language and the visual arts. Through paintings, illustrations, photography, sculpture, installations, video, performance and new-media, BABEL establishes connections between the written word and the recent explosion of immigrant conclaves in and around New York City. Selected works treat the diversity and plurality of the written language as reflected, incorporated, and/or appropriated in visual arts, performance, and the moving image.
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This is an important update. After 3 Years with our eyes pointed at the Brooklyn life in 11211 we’ve moved.
We will keep our eyes open to follow up what`s going on there and in the City of course, but we like to hanging out locally so...
The Creative Process Blog has switched his tune to NY 11372. We ended up in this attractive and clean neighborhood named as the first Garden City in the USA. We will try to pick up for you the best of the life around here and showing out how the environment, will change by the time hopefully in a nice way to preserve the face of the Historical Green Neighborhood of Jackson Heights in New York.
From the NYC.gov web site
“The historic garden community of Jackson Heights is one of New York's most flavorful, colorful and diverse neighborhoods-a true global village where hundreds of languages are spoken and where elegantly-dressed Indian women wearing saris walk side by side with Koreans, Colombians and Argentines.”
A Local Global Village
Significant Indian, Thai, Pakistani, Bangladeshi, Colombian, Argentinean, Mexican, Korean, Filipino, Chinese and European American populations are just some of the many groups that call Jackson Heights home, creating a diverse neighborhood chock full of vibrancy, colors and smells.
Jackson Heights wikipedia.org
Jackson_Heights LGA Shea Stadium (pic)
This journey is gonna be interesting.
We are all citizen of the world.