Jenny Polak
FF Future of the Present 2005 recipient

Design for the Alien Within is now online! Spread the word...

Design for the Alien Within is the only source of contemporary hiding place design. Use our interactive design tool to determine how best to equip your home to meet the needs of undocumented immigrants for the 21st Century. Our clean-lined units will transform your location into a stylistically satisfying and technologically advanced refuge. Please send us images of your own hiding places showing how one would use them, and we will animate and upload them!

With the help of Peter Mackey, Professor of Digital Art, Pratt Institute and Guy Zucker, Z-A

Inquiries to jpolak@mindspring.com


Please visit the new Design for the Alien Within web site at http://jennypolak.com/Alien_Within.htm

Come celebrate the launch at this show this week:
Longwood Arts Projects: Then and Now
December 6th - January 12th
Opening reception Friday, December 8th, 6-9 pm
At:
Haven Arts - 235 E. 141st St., Bronx
With work by Vito Acconci, Mark Kostabi, Whitfield Lovell, Algernon Miller, Tim Rollins + KOS, Fred Wilson, eTeam, Mariam Ghani, Jenny Polak, Mary Walling-Blackburn, Manuel Acevedo, Monika Bravo, Gaye Chan, Prema Murthy, William Crow, Nicolas Dumit Estevez, Kenta Furusho, Shih-Chieh Huang, Wanda Raimundi-Ortiz
curated by Barry Kostrinsky, Juanita Lanzo + J.C. Rice

OR
come with the Bronx Culture Trolley from Longwood Art Gallery @ Hostos
450 Grand Concourse at 149th Street, Bronx, Wednesday Dec 6th 5:50-8 pm
This show is part of the Longwood Arts Projects 25th anniversary celebrations.

http://www.havenarts.org/index.php?page=exhibitx
Haven Gallery is located at 235 East 141st Street, 2nd Floor, Bronx, NY, 10451.
The cross street is Rider Avenue.
Gallery hours are 12 to 5pm, Mon-Sat.
For more information, please contact J.C. Rice or Carol Zakaluk at 718-585-5753, or e-mail info@havenarts.org

2, 4 and 5 trains go to Grand Concourse and 149th street, Bronx.

This work was made possible in part by Franklin Furnace's Future of the Present grant, supported by New York State Council on the Arts and Jerome Foundation and by the Longwood Digital Matrix award.