Synesthesia's fall opening exhibition and live performances

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Synesthesia's fall opening exhibition, "SAFE SPACE" at our gallery and live sound performances"Invincible VibrationsII" on the rooftop.

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Synesthesia will present Walid Shaharul's solo exhibition, "Safe Place" curated by roosi at our gallery space and sound performances, "Invincible VibrationsII" on the rooftop. The exhibition and performance will start at 6 pm until 11pm. Please everyone bring your mask!


Saturday, Nov 7th 6-11pm

※If it is a rain day, we will reschedule for Sunday, Nov 8th 6-11pm.

●Donation-Based Ticket●

Because of covid we have a limited number of Tickets.

Suggested Donation $15-20


Bushwick Area ( close to M, J, L train)

You will get the address when you get a ticket from Eventbrite

●Solo Exhibition●

Walid Shaharul

"Safe Place"

curated by roosi

About roosi

roosi was formed with the intention to connect fine art to everyone. The art industry is often perceived as “exclusive” or “unreachable” by many people, roosi aims to shift traditional views of fine art and dismantle its longstanding ideals. roosi values diversity, community, and aims to bring the luxuries of the art world to those who don’t fit the conventional mold.


"Invincible VibrationsII"

Ongoing journeys in sound performances by:

●6-6:30pm- TidalChannel

Tidal Channel are the noise / poetry alliance of Genevieve Fernworthy and billy cancel. Their output spans “sonic abrasiveness” (New York Times) to displaced string laden folk tales. Their single X-Dressing At The Radar Base (BC35 Volume 2 Bronson Records) was recently described In FREQ as “as a surreal spoken word masterpiece.” In 2017 they performed “In Rode Headless-Multi” at Wheal Jane Mine, Rosendale, opening and closing the sculpture exhibition “Eotechnic Sensorium.”

●6:50-7:20pm- NURBSTREAM

Electronic explorations of otherness - sounds of the Mantis Haus.

●7:40-8:10pm- Rob Interface

Rob Interface is a multi-disciplinary artist based in Brooklyn who primarily focuses on making live electronic music, with styles ranging from techno and house to ambient and experimental. He makes music using hardware synthesizers and drum machines, with most of it being improvised. He currently performs solo and works with music collectives Warper Party and Bkwildlife. He is also the founder of cult techno/punk band Blak Blondz, a trio that features heavy synth grooves, acid bass lines, distorted vocals, and screaming guitar. He also founded SenseNet, a darkwave/cyberpunk band with a strong retro/80s influence.

●8:30-9:30pm- New York A/V Institute

Boris Naz - drum machine, synthesizers DJ Active Phaze - turntables and samples Yana Davydova - guitar VJ Fuzzy Bastard - live visuals

●10-11pm- Plan23

Dok Gregory - lap steel guitar, theremin Karl Scholz - Werkbench sampler ( ) aka Jeremy Slater - prepared guitar, sampler WvS - software synthesizers Chris Jordan - live visuals R. Buckminster B - space trucking vibe carrier

●About Synesthesia●

Synesthesia is an art gallery located in Bushwick, Brooklyn. Synesthesia presents exhibitions, experimental music, film, and cultural workshops. Our mission is to build a local community through the arts in Bushwick and to provide a platform for artists to showcase experimental works.


-Please keep wearing your mask and social distance during the party.

-As always, no littering


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