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Grand Reopening

Please Join Us for the grand reopening of CRUXspace.

Friday, February 16th, 5-8pm at 1010 Hancock Street.
Open Bar + Live Music

CRUXspace has a new home!  We have moved to WeWork, right in the heart of Northern Liberties. This collaboration, entitled Cruxspace @ WeWork will open inside of WeWork, a coworking community located in The Piazza. Eliza Serocki, a community manager for WeWork, is now also a collaborator with CRUXspace. CRUXspace is Philadelphia’s only New Media Art gallery. Founded in January 2014 by Andrew Cameron Zahn and run in conjunction with curator Kim Brickley, CRUXspace is not only a gallery with work influenced by and created with technology, but also a space for experimental projects to be born. CRUXspace will continue to provide an ongoing lineup of the best in New Media Art and Design, join us!


WeWork is a community for creators. We transform buildings into beautiful, collaborative and dynamic environments for creativity, focus, and connection. A place where companies and people grow together. More than just the best place to work, though, this is a movement toward humanizing work. Make a life, not just a living.

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As an aside, CRUXspace did not close, we just regenerated.  One of the wonderful things about digital and media art is that it is hard to kill.  This, of course, makes it very transportable and flexible in terms of time and space.  It was a simple realization that CRUXspace was more of an idea than a physical environment in which to show new media and tech based works. Naturally, we found a new place to think.

From the nature based patterned tapestries of Heather UJiie and Angela McQuillan’s pond life distributions, to Sadaf Rassoul Cameron’s photos that only have humans in them implicitly, we recognize an overall sensitivity to detail that is delicately considered in the construction of these worlds.  Evi Numen poses digital Baroque nudes in a gorgeous and dramatic way, while playful and attentively curated moments demonstrate themselves in the work of Julia Staples and Enrica Ferraro. Similarly, Mina Zarfsaz’ work questions the reality of space, and reconstitutes new perceptions by the spectator’s interaction.

As always, we genuinely thank participants that are joining us for the first time, or if you are joining us again we also thank you as we embark on new artistic ventures.

-Kim Brickley, Curator.