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 Boggsville Boatel. 2011. Interactive/performative installation in Far Rockaway Queens. A floating hotel and performance space. This piece was a part of the Sea Worthy Exhibition curate by Flux Factory in Jamica Bay Queen. This installation hosted New York City-area residents and art goers for a summer of adventurous accommodations and art-viewing bringing in audiences of over 5000 and garnering press and critical acclaim from the New York Times, TheGuardian, NPR, Make magazine, and others. It sold out for the entire 3-month season and utilized 6 boats and a floating platform stage hosting nightly lectures, movies, storytelling by nautical enthusiasts and even a meeting with the city planners working on NY 2020 vision for the NYC waterfront.This piece intended to provide a space for New Yorkers to escape to a wilderness found within the urban landscape. It was a space for communion and observation-- a magical 3 months where many friendships were formed and worlds collided.

Boggsville Boatel. 2011. Interactive/performative installation in Far Rockaway Queens. A floating hotel and performance space. This piece was a part of the Sea Worthy Exhibition curate by Flux Factory in Jamica Bay Queen. This installation hosted New York City-area residents and art goers for a summer of adventurous accommodations and art-viewing bringing in audiences of over 5000 and garnering press and critical acclaim from the New York Times, TheGuardian, NPR, Make magazine, and others. It sold out for the entire 3-month season and utilized 6 boats and a floating platform stage hosting nightly lectures, movies, storytelling by nautical enthusiasts and even a meeting with the city planners working on NY 2020 vision for the NYC waterfront.This piece intended to provide a space for New Yorkers to escape to a wilderness found within the urban landscape. It was a space for communion and observation-- a magical 3 months where many friendships were formed and worlds collided.

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Boggsville Boatel. 2011. Interactive/performative installation in Far Rockaway Queens. A floating hotel and performance space. This piece was a part of the Sea Worthy Exhibition curate by Flux Factory in Jamica Bay Queen. This installation hosted New York City-area residents and art goers for a summer of adventurous accommodations and art-viewing bringing in audiences of over 5000 and garnering press and critical acclaim from the New York Times, TheGuardian, NPR, Make magazine, and others. It sold out for the entire 3-month season and utilized 6 boats and a floating platform stage hosting nightly lectures, movies, storytelling by nautical enthusiasts and even a meeting with the city planners working on NY 2020 vision for the NYC waterfront.This piece intended to provide a space for New Yorkers to escape to a wilderness found within the urban landscape. It was a space for communion and observation-- a magical 3 months where many friendships were formed and worlds collided.

 Boggsville Boatel. 2011. Interactive/performative installation in Far Rockaway Queens. A floating hotel and performance space. This piece was a part of the Sea Worthy Exhibition curate by Flux Factory in Jamica Bay Queen. This installation hosted New York City-area residents and art goers for a summer of adventurous accommodations and art-viewing bringing in audiences of over 5000 and garnering press and critical acclaim from the New York Times, TheGuardian, NPR, Make magazine, and others. It sold out for the entire 3-month season and utilized 6 boats and a floating platform stage hosting nightly lectures, movies, storytelling by nautical enthusiasts and even a meeting with the city planners working on NY 2020 vision for the NYC waterfront.This piece intended to provide a space for New Yorkers to escape to a wilderness found within the urban landscape. It was a space for communion and observation-- a magical 3 months where many friendships were formed and worlds collided.
BOATEL7.jpg
boatel orien .jpg
BOATEL2.jpg
P1030783.JPG
Orien boatel with screen.jpg
_MG_9779.jpg
6022548442_1754f1f2bc_b.jpg
IMG_3812.JPG