REVERSE
info@reversespace.org
Works in Brooklyn, New York United States of America

BIO
REVERSE is a multidisciplinary workspace and art gallery with an emphasis on new and experimental forms of expression. Run by artists, REVERSE is a platform that supports emerging artists with the production and presentation of new work, as well as a space for dialogue and exchange of ideas through exhibitions, workshops, lectures, screenings, and different events.
Under the rubric of REVERSE Lab, a not for profit project of The Solo Foundation, we seek to met the needs of creative individuals who have bold visions for new aesthetic experiences but do not have the means or the support to create it. By connecting them to necessary resources and offering opportunities to show their work REVERSE Lab serves as a bridge between visionary ideas and the greater public.
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EVENT

MAPPATHON


Dates:
Fri Nov 06, 2015 19:00 - Sun Nov 08, 2015

WORKSHOP
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 6TH, 7PM – 10PM
SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 7TH, 12PM – 6PM
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, 12PM – 6PM

EXHIBTION & CLOSING PARTY
SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 8TH, 6PM – 8PM

Mappathon is a 3-day projection mapping marathon workshop, followed by an art installation exhibited and open to the public. Learn the latest projection mapping techniques and technologies and then collaborate to create a final advanced site-specific project.

Participants will learn the latest technology for mapping video projections onto physical surfaces, incorporating multiple surfaces and shapes and moving away from the traditional confines of the screen to sculptures and building facades. The goal of the workshop is to create several projection mapping installations with or without interactivity, where the participants create content for complex surfaces through collaboration. At the end of the workshop, participants will showcase their work to the public.


EVENT

Stress Free 01 Artist Visa Workshop


Dates:
Sat Oct 24, 2015 13:00 - Sat Oct 24, 2015

Location:
Brooklyn, New York
United States of America

STRESS FREE O-1 ARTIST VISA APPLICATION explains to artists, curators, performances, film directors and musicians the complex entertainment visa requirements.

The O-1 work visa is for applicants who possess extraordinary abilities in arts, education, athletics or other entertainment related areas. To initiate the process it is necessary to organize different types of information. In this regard, the O -1 visa can be confusing and stressful, it takes time and a considerable amount of planning.

In this workshop, each participant will learn how prioritize issues and time in order to build a solid case. The goal is to organize and present a solid argument that proves that the participant gathers extraordinary abilities in their field.

The students will learn the many aspects involved in the O -1 visa petition process. The first stage of the workshop focuses on selecting the material and ideas to be presented to the attorney; you will become familiar with key terminology used in the process. For instance, how prepare a CV using the standards required for the application, and how elaborate a solid and organized recollection of experiences and achievements. By the second day, we will learn how to frame these records in order to build a concise press kit; we will learn about the importance of timing, planning and goal settings in the task of avoiding the unexpected. At the end of the workshop, the participants will have the tools to start working on their application for an O-1 visa.


EVENT

Art:Work Opening


Dates:
Fri Oct 16, 2015 19:00 - Fri Oct 16, 2015

Location:
Brooklyn, New York
United States of America

Art:Work, curated by Jessica Gallucci, is a group exhibition featuring artists who critique, comment upon or subvert systems of labor, commerce or entertainment, often from the inside by going undercover, operating as non-artists in those arenas, or by adopting occupational frameworks native to those systems. It includes works from Jeremy Hutchison, Liz Magic Laser, PJ Linden, Sarah Alice Moran, Narcissister, Sarah Stuve and Philip Vanderhyden.


EVENT

3D Printing For Artists Workshop


Dates:
Wed Oct 21, 2015 18:00 - Thu Oct 22, 2015

Location:
Brooklyn, New York
United States of America

WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 21TH, 6PM – 9PM
THURSDAY, OCTOBER 22TH, 6PM – 9PM

This 2-day workshop will provide artists with the necessary skills to create elements, mock-ups and complete pieces using 3D printing technology. Participants will become familiar with the concepts, vocabulary and techniques of this emerging creative medium and will explore the software and hardware involved in making a successful 3-dimensional piece.

DAY 1

-We will learn concepts of additive printing using layers of plastic filament to build 3D structures.
-Learn the mechanics of 3D printers.
-Preparation, operation, and troubleshooting of the basic 3D printer.

DAY 2

-We will discuss 3D printer control software, printing with alternative materials, print resolution, printing with multiple colors, and other relevant topics.
-Using freeware and trial versions of modeling software, each participant will design their own object, translate it into a 3D printable file, and print a small-scale version of it from a 3D printer.


EVENT

Choosy Artists Choose GIFs


Dates:
Wed Oct 14, 2015 18:00 - Wed Oct 14, 2015

Location:
Brooklyn, New York
United States of America

This crash course introduction to the GIF will go over Photoshop-based techniques for GIF creation including animating, masking, collaging, exporting, and best workflow practices. The course will also discuss presenting GIF work online and IRL as well as look at a brief history of GIFs and the works of contemporary GIF artists. Students will see what others have done with the medium, absorb new techniques, and then deploy them with facilitated lab time.