Slideluck stages one of their music, potluck and projections events at Photoville
SLIDELUCK will be teaming up with PHOTOVILLE 2013, in the Uplands of Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park, for our 17th global mainstage show! We’ll begin with a potluck dinner, so bring a dish to share. As dusk falls, we’ll fire up the projector and watch the selected work against the breathtaking backdrop of the Manhattan skyline!
SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 28th
6PM POTLUCK | 7:30PM PROJECTIONS
Uplands of Pier 5 in Brooklyn Bridge Park (map & directions)
This will be the first show to exclusively feature multimedia work and will be curated by Kira Pollack, Director of Photography for TIME Magazine. One piece will be selected to be featured on the popular and influential TIME LightBox website, which Pollack founded.
Cedric Gerbeheye * Chris Milk * David Maurice Smith * Gillian Laub * Jeff Harris * Jeff Scher * Joe Guerriero * Kerry Payne * Lauren Fleishman * Maisie Crow * Mark Peterson * Michael “Nick” Nichols * National Film Board of Canada * Olivia Bee * Peter van Agtmael * Rachel Seed * Rick Mereki * Robert Covington * Seán Ó Cualáin * Supranav Dash * Tim Matsui * TJ Kirkpatrick
The evening will begin with music and a potluck dinner, supplemented by multiple food trucks. All of the exhibitions will be open you are welcome to arrive as early as noon! Admission is free and a $15 donation for those over 21 will grant unlimited access to the Brooklyn Brewery bar. With the Manhattan skyline as our backdrop, the slideshow kicks off at 7:30pm and will be followed by a nearby afterparty at 10pm.
PHOTOVILLE is a new Brooklyn-based photo destination, a pop-up village of freight containers transformed into temporary exhibition spaces, which first took place in the summer of 2012. Occupying more than 60,000 sq ft in the heart of Brooklyn Bridge Park, Photoville 2013 will include lectures, exhibitions, screenings and workshops from September 19th-29th.
Kira Pollack joined TIME as the Director of Photography in October 2009. She oversees the photographic vision of TIME, TIME.com and TIME on the iPad. In 2011, she was named Photo Editor of the Year by the Lucie Awards she was awarded an Emmy for TIME’s Beyond 9/11 project the same year. Previously, Pollack spent 11 years in the photo department at The New York Times Magazine and before that, The New Yorker.