T H I S W E E K
SEPTEMBER 3 ┬┴ 8PM
"a kind of Sade of the electronic generation, with soulful
lyrics about love and the apocalypse" - ESQUIRE
"one of the most dynamic live hip-hop performers
we have seen in years" - BLOW UP
SEPTEMBER 5 ┬┴ 7PM
W/ SOUTH AMERICA IS PART OF THE PROBLEM (DJ SET)
O T H E R F U N T H I N G S
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NYU Game Center Incubator Showcase
Presentations: 7 - 8PM
Arcade: 8 - 9:30PM
This May, six games created by graduating Game Center MFA's were selected for the inaugural Incubator program. For the past three months, these teams have worked to prepare their games for commercial success. Please join us for this first public showcase of the games!
FREE ~ OPEN TO PUBLIC
(personal note: my work, "Rooftop Cop" will be there! please come!)
85 E. 4th St.
[between 2nd Ave and Bowery]
New York, NY 10003
"Michael Kimball and Maxwell Neely-Cohen will kick off True Story: The KGB Nonfiction Series this season by reading work on what gaming has meant in their lives and what video games have to teach us about storytelling in the 21st century."
Michael Kimball is the author of seven books, including Galaga, Big Ray, Dear Everybody, and Us. His work has been translated into a dozen languages, and featured on NPR’s All Things Considered and in Vice, as well as in The Guardian and Bomb.
Maxwell Neely-Cohen’s first novel, Echo of the Boom, was published this past April. He was born and raised in Washington, DC, where he spent his teenage years skateboarding and DJing. His shorter work has appeared in The Millions, The Atlantic, The New Inquiry, and This Recording. He lives in New York City.
3PM - 7PM
603 BUSHWICK AVE, BUSHWICK, NY
The Maldives Exodus Caravan Show curated by artist Søren Dahlgaard, an Official Collateral Event of the 55th Venice Biennale in conjunction with the Museum of Everything. Featuring an international selection of over 30 artists, The Maldives Exodus Caravan Show is a mobile exhibition that acts to promote environmental and political awareness. The Caravan’s diverse programme groups various aspects of human rights, collaboration, engagement, public space, creativity, and alternatives of cultural production as an expanded conversation about climate change.
Would you like to be involved in the space?
Would you like to be a member?
We could use your support ! !
CALL FOR COLLABORATORS
BABYCASTLES is putting together a team of event organizers and curators,
if this is a way you'd like to be involved please let us know by writing to: