Pırıl Gündüz, director, co-founder, curator

Pırıl Gündüz has been curating in Brooklyn and Manhattan since 2011 and showed her broken spirograph drawings, sculptural molds and YouTube mashup series in both. Previously, she has worked at Istanbul Museum of Modern Art and interned at MoMA PS1's Live Programming department, focusing on their Sunday Sessions program. Her background is in dance, economic, film, media and queer studies and fine arts. 

 

Jon Eckhaus, curator, sound

Jon Eckhaus is a sound and video artist and current resident of The Hollows overseeing music and sound curation. With a background in auditory perception and film making, Jon is hoping to bring synesthetic experiences into The Hollows art space through programming live music and sound installation events.

 

Yangxingyue Rita Wang, residency and exhibitions coordinator

Yangxingyue Rita Wang received a BA in Art History and Art Administration from Renmin University of China and an MA in Visual Arts Administration from New York University. She has an interest in experiential and participatory artworks, especially those involve technological and digital elements. She previously interned at The FLAG Art Foundation, Freer and Sackler Galleries, the Guggenheim Museum, and NEW INC of the New Museum. She has been a student fellow for ART CART: SAVE THE LEGACY at the Research Center for Arts and Culture.

 

Carley Santori, programming assistant

Carley Santori is currently completing her BFA in dance at NYU Tisch with a special interest in choreography and dance film. Through the Dance and New Media program at Tisch, she became interested in the intersection of dance and film and has since interned at the Digital Technology Initiative at Gibney Dance Center and assisted in filming dance performances and classes at venues such as 92nd Street Y. She has performed at venues including New York City Center and presented her own choreography at NYU and Peridance

 

Sofia Theofilaktidis, media relations

 

 

Logo created by John Espina and Pırıl Gündüz