Light Year 36: Motion

April 5th, Dusk - 10pm

The Triangle at Pearl Street and Anchorage Place


The concept of the short films vary: inspecting the non-linear essence of time; re-examining marginalized and non-hegemonic accounts of history; a surreal and playful trip to a casino; a beautifully delineated father-son relationship; a comedic portrayal of women from past decades.


Featured works: 

Setare Arashloo, Mark, Knock, Stitch                                                                                 Melissa Brown, Casino Trip                                                                                                  Tania Ferrie and Negin Sharifzadeh, Who says all women are alike                               Ru Kuwahata and Max Porter, Negative Space
Jay Moorthy, Groovy Train


Curated by Negin Sharifzadeh, A.I.R. Gallery



About A.I.R Gallery

A.I.R. Gallery is a non-profit arts organization founded in 1972. It is an artist-run organization and exhibition space that supports the open exchange of ideas and risk-taking by women artists in order to provide support and visibility. A self-directed governing body. The organization is an alternative to mainstream institutions and thrives on a network of active participants.



LIGHT YEAR is an ongoing public art video projection project presented monthly on the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage and online by John Ensor Parker, Leo Kuelbs & Glowing Bulbs in collaboration with the DUMBO Business Improvement District and the NYC DOT. Since its launch, LIGHT YEAR has presented the work of over 200 artists and curators from around the world.