Livestream Public is a venue and event space in Bushwick, Brooklyn.

Housed in Livestream's NYC Headquarters, Livestream Public is a beautiful, modern venue located in one of Brooklyn's fastest growing neighborhoods. We are committed to engaging the local community by encouraging the growth of technology, artistic expression, and development in design and production fields.

We host events that are centered around our company's dedication to design, software, hardware, video production, and tech development as well as hosting concerts, panels, and community events. We have a bright, open space equipped with live streaming capabilities, a projector, and optional food and beverage service. If you feel like your event would be a good fit with Livestream Public's vision, feel free to contact us for more information and a tour of the space. 

 

 

 

Phone

646-762-5999

 

Location

195 Morgan Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11237

 

 

 

Our event space is ideal for hosting your meetups, workshops, classes, performances, and conferences. 

  • Fully equipped for HD Livestreaming
  • Classrooms
  • Stage Lighting
  • Projector and Projection Screen
  • Full Stage and Seating for 100 People
  • Curtains
  • Full AV Setup
  • Optional food and beverage catering provided by Fitzcarraldo 

Fitzcarraldo

Fitzcarraldo is located on the ground floor of Livestream Public, with cuisine inspired by the rustic ingredients and fresh seafood found in the Italian Riviera. Menus are developed seasonally and based around fresh, local ingredients provided by local markets and vendors. Fitzcarraldo is brought to you by the team behind Rucola restaurant and is open during the week for dinner as well as brunch on the weekends.

 

 

(718) 233–2566 

 

Friday - 5:30pm to 12am

Saturday - 5:30pm to 12am

 

Reservations can be made for Dinner and Private Events. 

www.Fitzbk.com

Contact us about hosting meetups, events, and classes. 

 

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Press

NYTimes - In Search of Space and Creativity, a Start-Up Is Headed to Brooklyn

NYTimes - In Search of Space and Creativity, a Start-Up Is Headed to Brooklyn

Business Insider -  Listed on Business Insiders Hottest Tech Startups in Brooklyn 

Business Insider -  Listed on Business Insiders Hottest Tech Startups in Brooklyn 

Brooklyn Magazine - How Livestream Hopes to Make Bushwick a New Technology Hub in Brooklyn

Brooklyn Magazine - How Livestream Hopes to Make Bushwick a New Technology Hub in Brooklyn

Bedford and Bowery - Artsy Sugarlift joins Livestream. 

Bedford and Bowery - Artsy Sugarlift joins Livestream. 

See these art/tech mashups from Art-A-Hack at Livestream Public

See these art/tech mashups from Art-A-Hack at Livestream Public

Fast Company = Livestream on The Worlds Top Ten most Innovative Comanies of 2015 in Media list. 

Fast Company = Livestream on The Worlds Top Ten most Innovative Comanies of 2015 in Media list. 

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JULIETTE DUMAS & 
SARA MEJIA KRIENDLER: 2020

January 13 - February 19, 2017
Opening Friday January 13th, 6:30pm-9:30pm

The Chimney is pleased to present 2020, a two-person exhibition by French artist Juliette Dumas and Colombian American artist Sara Mejia Kriendler. A result of their friendship, this exhibition explores the divergence in their practice and their responses to the political, economic and environmental emergencies of our day. While Kriendler imagines the inevitability of man’s evolution towards mechanization and artificiality, Dumas emphasizes the urge for nature’s prevailing power.
2020 juxtaposes wilderness with control, natural forms with industrial ones, utopia and its opposite, the human and the celestial, rigid symmetry and wild curves. Exploring the dichotomies and analogies in their works, the artists embody two opposite poles, tempering each other’s fixations – Dumas’ captivation with the wild with Kriendler’s fascination with control.

Juliette Dumas’ monumental column-like sculptures are inspired by whale bones, the largest skeletal structure in nature. Made of metal, plaster, paper, clay and charcoal, fused together with fire, they stand 13 feet from the ground. Dumas’ practice aims to insert forms of nature into conventional systems of art. Her "Ice paintings", minimalist pieces made of blocks of ice, refer to a scarcity of natural resources and will disappear over the course of the exhibition. Dumas’ work reminds us how beautiful and fragile our surroundings are and stresses a return to nature.

Kriendler asks, is this the end of wilderness? Her sculptures sprout from the ground up.  InStockpile I,  styrofoam trays hold rows of stacked terracotta test tubes, arranged in a grid pattern evoking both a laboratory experiment and a landscape. In Stockpile II, breast-like forms grouped in four packs are shrink wrapped and stacked. They recall inventory piles in a warehouse, but also the articulation of complex architectural forms. The architecture of both sculptures speaks to Kriendler's interest in domestication - the wondrous and deeply disruptive enterprise of molding nature to suit human needs and desires.

While Kriendler’s work invests the floor space, corresponding to the human scale, Dumas brings our attention to the horizon and points upwards. Both artists collaborated on New Moon, a lunar projection 20 feet from the ground, the highest plane in the exhibition. The moon is given a place of prominence in 2020, a constant companion, a source of inspiration, and a guide to look up to as we enter a cycle of uncertainty. 

Juliette Dumas (b. 1987, Paris, France) completed her BA at Villa Arson in Nice France and MFA at Schoolof the Art Institute of Chicago (SAIC) in 2013. Dumas has been awardedartist residencies at Festival Grandeur Nature, Ristolas, France in2009 and La Station, Nice in 2015.  She was nominated for Clare Rosen& Samuel Edes Foundation Prize for Emerging Artists by the Paintingand Drawing Department of the School of the Art Institute of Chicago.Dumas' work was featured in notable group and solo exhibitionsincluding "No Safe Harbor" (2016), Art3 | Silas Shabelewska gallery,NY, “Winter Studies” (2015), Kunstverein Gaestezimmer E.V, Stuttgart,Germany (Curated by Alf Setzer);  “Ad Hoc”(2015), La Station, Nice,France (curated by Collectif Culbuto).

Sara Mejia Kriendler (b. 1983, NY, NY)  is a Colombian-American sculptor and installation artist.  She studied Intellectual History at the University of Pennsylvania, trained as a sculptor at the Pennsylvania Academy of Fine Arts, and received her MFA in Fine Arts from SVA, where she received the Alumni Award Thesis Grant and was awarded the Paula Rhodes Memorial award for excellence.  Her solo exhibitions include "Duplicates, Dummies & Dolls" (2016) at CP Projects Space, NY, NY,  "The Anthropocene" (2015) at A.I.R. Gallery, NY, NY, and "In Arbeit - Six Memos for the Next…", (2013) at Magazin 4, Bregenz, Austria. She has also participated in group exhibitions at Interstate Projects, The Invisible Dog, Skybox Gallery, BLAM, in New York, Halt Gallery in Phoenix, and Works on Paper in Philadelphia. She was a fellow at A.I.R. Gallery in New York in 2015. This year she was awarded top honors at the Guild Hall Annual Members exhibition in East Hampton. She will be having a solo exhibition at Guild Hall in in 2018.
 

 

 

THE CHIMNEY NYC is an exhibition and performance venue promoting local & international artists. Located in the heart of Brooklyn’s creative scene, the venue plays on the rawness of its industrial architecture. All works are commissioned to interact with the space, creating immersive environments and interactions with the viewers. In addition to its permanent exhibition space, The Chimney is developing offsite installations and exhibitions in the United-States and abroad.

 

THE CHIMNEY NYC
202 Morgan Avenue, Brooklyn
contact@TheChimneyNYC.com
www.TheChimneyNYC.com