Space Pussy Encourages all to Express their Desire for Freedom

I was born in Latvia and am currently based in Brooklyn. My installations, mixed media works and paintings have been shown in exhibitions throughout NYC and across the country at venues including Arcilesi and Homberg Fine Arts and Lesley Heller Projects in New York, Local Project in Queens, Trestle Gallery and Gallery 440 in Brooklyn, Arizona State University, Woman Made Gallery in Chicago, Evanston Art Center and Galesburg Civic Art Center in IL. I have participated in 5 funded artist residency programs, including LindArt in Slovenia and Studioworks in Eastport, ME.

In 2016 I was a recipient of Individual Artist Grant from Queens Council on the Arts. I hold an MFA in Painting from Northern Illinois University.

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#sexuality #femininistart #womanpower #romance #feminine

What is your artist origin story?

I have been studying and creating art since I was 10 years old. I was born and raised in Latvia and moved to Chicago in 1998. I studied graphic design in undergrad and later received an MFA from Northern Illinois University. Grad school and moving to NYC in 2014 were the best decisions of my life.

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

Creating with wood allows for sturdy pieces that can have fine details while not being fragile.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

I plan on producing more work in the Space Pussy series. I have recently created 3 large scale wood cut pieces and will me creating other variations of designs and sizes.

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

My neighborhood is laid back and mostly quiet. I feel at home here.

In a parallel universe, if you weren’t doing what you are doing, what would you be doing?

I would be a film director or a dj/producer – need other parallel universes.

You can learn more about Maria Dmimanshtein here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.

Local Teaching Artist Loves Rose Quartz and Sacred Geometry

Suzanne Stroebe was born in San Francisco, California and raised in the coastal forests just north of the city. She received an MFA in Fine Arts from Parsons the New School for Design, and a BA in Drawing and Painting from the University of California, Santa Cruz.

Stroebe makes works on paper, installation, and sculpture. She occasionally works on curatorial projects with a focus on emerging feminist artists. Her work has been exhibited in galleries, museums, and alternative spaces in New York, Miami, Los Angeles, Canada, Europe, and Turkey. She is the recipient of the Ellen Hoffman Memorial Fund, a Puffin Foundation Artist Grant, was named a Distinguished Alumni by the UC Santa Cruz Fine Arts Department and was recently awarded a solo residency with the TLC Foundation on Martha’s Vineyard Island.

Stroebe is a teaching artist at PS123K in Bushwick, with Studio in a School. She lives and works in Brooklyn, New York.

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#rosequartz #healingcrystals #sacredgeometry #love #brooklynmade

What is your artist origin story?

I come from a family of scientists but was born an artist.

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

I love having a studio in my apartment, because during summer vacation I can get right to work in the morning in my PJs.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

This summer I am planning to build some large papier mache sculptures…

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

I have lived, worked, exhibited or taught in Bushwick for almost ten years and have watched the neighborhood change so much in that time. There are many performances and exhibitions, in white boxes and DIY art spaces that have inspired me, but none more than the community and especially the students of PS123K. The inventiveness and wonder they bring to art making never ceases to blow my mind.

What Bushwick artists do you admire and why?

Anyone running an artist-run space in Bushwick. We need them but I don’t know how they do it.

In a parallel universe, if you weren’t doing what you are doing, what would you be doing?

I would be an acupuncturist living in California.

Was there something you want to share that was not asked?

About the Rose Quartz Project:

Rose Quartz is the Love Stone for this Age

The Rose Quartz is known as the “love stone” as it emits is a strong vibration of unconditional love, joy, warmth and emotional healing. Not only will it assist you with healing yourself but its energy may bring faith and hope to all in the vicinity, allowing you to see the beauty in the world, as your heart resonates to a new tune.

The Rose Quartz Project began in November 2016 and is ongoing, one response to the current political climate. The project is an unlimited series of unique watercolor paintings, given away to those in need of healing energy.

You can learn more about Suzanne Stroebe here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.

Rethinking Waste with Abstract Artwork from Recycled Materials

Laura Mychal is an artist and art educator living in nearby Bedford Stuyvesant, Brooklyn. She creates out of her natural abundant energy watching as the process affects her work. Sometimes it is completed quickly, in fluid movements of gestures and other times she engages in a deep conversation with the piece, adding layers of paint or pieces of recycled materials, scraping, cutting or sanding the surface until the work feels complete. Little discoveries occur and so the process is key to her work.

She is forever influenced by the environment, both natural and human made. Her organic marks reflect this, as does her use of recycled and found materials. Resourcefulness is an important concept of the work. Laura believes that by utilizing what one has a greater sense of understanding can occur.

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#abstract #organic #recycled #colorful #intuitive

What is your artist origin story?

I have always been an artist. I inherited the natural inclination for art as a child with two artistic parents. I remember always getting art supplies for birthdays and holidays and loving it. Once when I was in elementary school I nearly won a drawing competition, but lost because my work didn’t look like a child did it according to the teachers. I always excelled at art and was supported in pursuing my passion by my awesome mom and dad. I grew up north of San Francisco and was always playing out in the woods or at the beach. Nature is deeply rooted inside me and appears in all aspects of my abstract work. I took classes at the SF Academy of Art, obtained a BA in Studio Arts from Mills College in Oakland, CA (2010), and an MA from the University of Arizona in Art Education (2015). I took a few years to do the Peace Corps in Peru and made environmental murals and recycled art projects with my community. I just moved to Brooklyn to pursue my dreams and passions of being a full-time artist!

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

I am lucky to have a large open space to work in with a lot of windows. If I catch it at the right time of day I have the perfect amount of sunlight streaming in while I work.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

I’ve started to incorporate portraits into some of my work, being inspired by the beautiful and diverse community that exists here in NYC. I am also pushing my textural paintings so that they are more sculptural and use found materials in new and challenging ways.

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

The materials I come across and the people I see in Brooklyn are making their way into my work. The energy of this city definitely is affecting the marks I make and the colors I choose. Interestingly I think it’s pushing me further into my reverence for nature because of the lack of it around me. I am inspired everyday here.

If a movie is made about your life, who would play you?

Emma Watson I think.

If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why?

My mom, cause she’s the best.

In a parallel universe, if you weren’t doing what you are doing, what would you be doing?

I would be a National Geographic photographer and journalist, traveling around the world meeting people and having epic experiences.

Was there something you want to share that was not asked?

Come see me on Instagram @LauraMychal

You can learn more about Laura Mychal here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.

Talented Draftsman Cures World of Banality and Narrow-Mindedness

Davis McLane Connelly is an emerging Brooklyn artist and a prolific nonprofit administrator. Davis’s time is split between his artworks and creating educational programs for youth in arts, literacy, and social emotional development.

Davis’s figurative drawings combine a playful surface narrative with a visual subtext encoded with esoteric puzzles. The pieces may include iconographic stuffed toys, anthropomorphic animals, or mysterious human figures. The compositions pose variable technical challenges for the artist as a draftsman, while engaging curious viewers in a dialogue concerning the regret of lost youth, or the metaphorical process known as individuation (the individual psyche’s quest to become whole).

Davis holds a Bachelor’s in Psychology (2004) from State University of New York at Cortland, with residencies in Drawing and Painting in Corciano, Italy (2006), and the Chautauqua Institution (2007).

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#charcoaldrawings #charcoalonpaper #haunting #realism #caravaggiowouldcry

What is your artist origin story?

I grew up in upstate New York in the Schenectady area. As a kid I loved drawing pictures and continued to do so through graduating college with a degree in Psychology. Eventually, I was invited to a couple of art residencies for my skill in rendering realist portraits and other figures. After traveling a bunch, I settled in Brooklyn in 2008 where I continued my drawing practice and also got involved in youth programming due to my unique cross-section of skills, my commitment to altruistic community practices, and my connection with youth and educators..

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

I have developed a pretty intimate fluency with condensed charcoal on cotton papers over the last several years. The durability of the paper creates a resilience to the intense erasures I need to make in order to sculpt tonal reality into the compositions. However, the tooth of the paper allows for a depth of shadow that is difficult to compete with in other similar mediums.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

I am working on a series of figure drawings which will revolve around the concept of mortal, conscious mammals. I have recently returned to the practice of creating human figures in space as opposed to plush or anthropomorphized animals.

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

In general, New York has really pushed me to be a greater version of myself. I have seen communities in need where I can contribute skills and effort for the betterment of youth and families. I have seen extremely committed and determined individuals claw their way to success despite all the competition and distraction. I also feel like Bushwick is an especially conscious place where there is potential for impactful community collaboration, whereas other neighborhoods with a similar socioeconomic history have ignored prevalent issues.

What Bushwick artists do you admire and why?

We have a “mayor” figure on our block named Benny. He is kind and loves sunny weather. He keeps up with all goings-on in the neighborhood (Thames) and always shows the utmost stewardship of our beloved block, come what may.

Tell us your most memorable exchange during Bushwick Open Studios.

A father and his son were so captivated by my drawings one year. I wasn’t there when they visited my studio, so they came back the next day so they could ask me questions about how I make the pieces. I thought it was so nice.

If a movie is made about your life, who would play you?

I’ve been told Justin Timberlake or Ryan Gosling, but I’m probably ignoring the less flattering comparisons.

If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why?

Charles Darwin. I am curious to know what it was like to live in a pre-evolution theory world and hear how people responded to the ideas. I went to Galapagos recently, as well- that would be fun to discuss.

In a parallel universe, if you weren’t doing what you are doing, what would you be doing?

Musician without a doubt. Better yet, Writer and Director.

Was there something you want to share that was not asked?

I can be very long-winded when enabled, better not to ask.

You can learn more about Davis McLane Connelly here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.

BAM! #bluhop between Skyscrapers and Mountain Streams

BAM! are the artists Bosch, Ara Savala, Mii. We are bicoastal music makers playing somewhere between skyscrapers and high mountain streams. We’ve come together as a traveling pyramid a hundred thousand years in the making. Three rising stars, three hearts united.

#bluhop is our art, and joy.

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#yeee #hailmary #whatisgoingon #bambambam #bluhop

What is your artist origin story?

BAM! incarnated in the Dead Head sanctuaries of the far West before being summoned by the crystal mountains of the East. We recognized each other, and remembered. Our initiation continues to unfold.

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

We love heavy bass, honesty, bravery, and vulnerability in whatever form we find them.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

Follow us to California! We’re going back to the Bay for a minute, sitting a Vipassana in Massachusetts for ten days, and playing as many shows as possible.

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

Bushwick welcomes all our weird. We brought our recording equipment to a grimy, magical apartment, cooked up some tunes, danced with abandon, sang to ourselves, yelled out the windows, saw our friends’ art in the streets, and smiled.

What Bushwick artists do you admire and why?

We love Nicole Brydson, founder of Misfit Media and Interchanges, for her unwavering integrity and commitment to uplifting artists of all kinds.

Tell us your most memorable exchange during Bushwick Open Studios.

We stumbled upon a beautiful hyena suspended in many panels of glass that held our gaze and spun us in circles.

 

Was there something you want to share that was not asked?

We love you.

You can learn more about BAM! here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.

The New Factory Girl Lady Con Locs

Lidia Santana is considered a visionary in different art forms. She was born and raised in New York City. At a very young age her parents exposed her to the streets where fashion, film, art and music were heavily influential. Her favorite subjects in her early school days were music and art.

She graduated from Five Towns College in 2001 as a Jazz Commercial Performer. She has performed in various schools, weddings, orchestra pits and holiday functions. Although she spent most of years being a musician she has recently developed a passion for painting and photography.

In 2014, she participated in her first group exhibition at the E Gallery in Brooklyn where her self portraits were featured, dubbed the selfie queen and a modern day Frida Khalo. There is an art to her photography work.

Towards the end of 2014 she decided to expand her visual artistry by becoming a painter and from there she has participated in several group show throughout New York City.

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#LadyConLocs #HouseOfWarhol #SancochoArtist #NYCARTIST #UMXS

What is your artist origin story?

Born and raised in New York city. My home consisted of art from modeling, music, photography and film. I was a visionary at a very young age. All the schools I attended provided classes in art and music, and I did very well in both subjects. Over excelled on creative assignments. To this day my ideas start out as a general concept then become a lot more.

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

My space and medium is my favorite place in the world. It is where most of my ideas are put to work which is why I call it “The Factory.” I have been inspired by the original factory owner Andy Warhol. He was involved with different types of mediums. Each and every medium was impactful. My goals in the art industry is to be just that, impactful.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

My goal is to make my mark in the art world.
There have been many trials and tribulations that have occurred throughout this process. It’s all part of it. The work and efforts are fun to me. Hopeful that it will make it into art institutions through out the world.
My first solo art exhibition will be taking place on the 24th of June.
UMXS ARTS™ Presents Lady Con Locs’ Solo Art Exhibition.
Curated by Renowned Graffiti Artist Kacer-171
The Westchester Square Art Center
2616 East Tremont Avenue
Bronx, NY 10461

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

It’s really nice to know that there is a place for artists to be totally immersed in their work and be able to share it with the public.

What Bushwick artists do you admire and why?

I admire Juan Miguel Palacios Lopez’s work. I had the pleasure of visiting Bushwick Open Studios last year. My cousin who was the last person I expected this invitation from put me on to the advertisement. His work was something I’ve never seen or knew what was quite possible to do.

Tell us your most memorable exchange during Bushwick Open Studios.

The overall environment was like something I imagine my life to be in. Surrounded by creativity and culture. The studios were set up nicely and displayed fantastic work. I’m humbled to be considered for House Of Yes.

If a movie is made about your life, who would play you?

I don’t know who but I’m sure if I had the time I can find her. She has too be eccentric and naturally beautiful.

If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why?

Andy Warhol and John Waters. They play a very big role in who I am today.

In a parallel universe, if you weren’t doing what you are doing, what would you be doing?

Sitting at home watching tv

 

You can learn more about Lidia Santana here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.

Arts in Bushwick Polaroid Portrait by Nick McManus: Seeking Space 2016

As AiB’s community day approaches this Saturday, June 17 at House of YES, we wanted to share some of Nick McManus’ best Polaroid group portraits and we’re starting with a triple panorama from opening night of Bushwick Open Studios Seeking Space 2016 group show at David & Schweitzer Contemporary.

It was difficult walking in off the street in the pouting rain and squeezing apple-box through the packed hallway so my camera could see over the 50+ group I was tasked in documenting but well worth it after making that many folks smile together.

Look out for more portraits this week and I can’t wait to see all the smiles at our Community Day at House of Yes!

To participate in Nick’s next Arts in Bushwick group portrait please join us for Community Day on June 17 at House of YES, and be at the main stage by 3:15pm.

New York Native Keren Hasson is used to Strange Creatures

What is your bio?

I am a 28 year old native New Yorker, illustrator and printmaker, currently residing in Brooklyn. When I was originally enrolled at Bennington College, Vermont in 2007, I was a student of literature and fine art. In 2011, I transferred to the BFA program at Parsons School of Design, where I passionately studied illustration and printmaking. This is where I discovered silkscreen; which I still pursue professionally in parallel to my career as a freelance illustrator.

I love books about ships, skulls and bones, Rick and Morty, my dogs, and dumplings and pocket shaped foods from all cultures.

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#strangecreatures #occult #otherworldly #supernatural #dreams

What is your artist origin story?

I was born in the woods under a dark moon, and live alone with my little black fox dog.
At night we run together across the meadows. We eat moths and night blooming flowers. Catchflys, jessamin, and primrose.
We go to sleep when the sun comes up and we wake up in our dreams, living our human lives in Brooklyn.
When night falls in Brooklyn, we go back to sleep to wake up living our nocturnal forest lives.

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

I work in two spaces, my desk at home and the studio I work in and make my prints. I love my desk space at home because I am surrounded by my plants and windows and its so relaxing when I need to be away from the bustle of my studio building. However I love my studio building because there are huge wall to wall windows with one of the best views of Manhattan I’ve ever seen. Also because I love meeting and collaborating with all of the different artists we share a space with here. Everyone is doing something different and sometimes we help each other out. Its great.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

Within the next year, I’m hoping to start taking some of my work off the two dimensional page; turning some of my creatures and worlds into the 3d world. I also hope to create functional garments from fabrics I print with my designs and work on/or finish/develop my graphic novel “Days of Midnight”. Or at least do some more writing and comic making. And do better at shipping out my orders.

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

My discovery of the cheap tall boys that fuel my late night manic printing. Also being surrounded by a close community of artists and stuff.

What Bushwick artists do you admire and why?

I love the BBQ lady on St Nicholas between Troutman and Starr. She’s out there in the summer feeding us with amazing burgers and food ALL DAY and she loves it and we love her!! There’s always a crowd outside her house when shes there. She is the best.

Tell us your most memorable exchange during Bushwick Open Studios.

Someone bought one of my prints, but I hadn’t signed it (accidentally), and was out of the studio for a bit. When I came back after a little while the man who bought my print came back, saying he was waiting for me to sign it. I think I blushed too much and said thank you too much.

If a movie is made about your life, who would play you?

Shannyn Sossamon

 

You can learn more about Keren Hasson here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.

Brooklyn Buzzy Creates in Controlled Chaos

Brooklyn Buzzy is a self-taught artist raising three young children in Brooklyn – living, in what she calls, controlled chaos. Buzzy prefers imperfection and abstraction to reality, seeing life as an experiment in emotion and fun, and why not? The works are heavily layered with different mediums conveying various thoughts and experiences.

The frenetic energy, imagination and pure unreasonable ideas in Buzzy’s day to day tangle her up and make her crazy. This is also the main source of her inspiration which is reflected in her work. “Life can be totally nuts, just go and have the best time you possibly can!”

Each mark Buzzy makes is gestural and sometimes unplanned. The color choices are meant to clash and stand out, the goal is to find the unifying stroke or mark that will stabilize the painting while allowing the energy and emotion to still come through.

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#abstractartist #colorstudy #brooklynartist #mixedmedia #beautiful

What is your artist origin story?

I have always wanted to be an artist, ever since I was 3 years old.  I remember whenever there was a box of crayons put out in preschool I immediately grabbed the metallics, (gold, copper, and silver).  Since were only 3 no one really questioned it. I was “in charge” of the valuable colors because I was an artist and there were no complaints, at least that I can recall.

Where are you from and how has it influenced your work? 
I have a lot of international influences in my life. My father is Israeli and my husband is from Odessa, Ukraine, and my mother is from Brooklyn, which is where I have been living for the past 14 years.
I think that having so many different approaches to life and coming from a Jewish family with grandparents who survived the Holocaust and in-laws, (and my husband) that had to leave virtually everything behind to immigrate to the states has made me want to make all of the sacrifices, unspeakable grief and careful planning worth it.
I want to be successful as an artist, more importantly I want to show my children how being in a creative space can give a person a sense of peace and power over their life. I want to show my children that life is good, really good – and by being in a creative household it will open their minds and help them to reach THEIR OWN fullest potential. To show that mistakes are often beautiful possibilities and that imperfection should be valued and respected.  Lastly, I want people to enjoy themselves more and to have fun, take a chance!
To quote Dr. Seuss,

“If you never did you should. These things are fun and fun is good.”

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

I am in the process of renovating a small building in the back of my house. It will serve as a studio space for myself and also as a mini gallery for a women’s collective that I am forming. I love the idea of not only having space- I love the thought of being able to form community and support for other artists.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

I am currently featured in Create Magazine issue IV, after submitting my work for an open call juried by Artistic Moods. They chose two of my paintings to highlight.

I am also working on commissions and in the process of forming a women’s art collective – more on that later.

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

I don’t live in Bushwick – sometimes I wish I did. It is so vibrant and it still feels like anything goes here. I admire Bushwick as a whole – it has awesome colorful art everywhere. It feels like anything is possible here.

If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why?

My grandmother- on my father’s side. I did not know her as an adult, she was a big and still is a big influence in my life and I just really miss her, I want a hug from her.

In a parallel universe, if you weren’t doing what you are doing, what would you be doing?

I would be traveling and living out of a small bag.

You can learn more about Brooklyn Buzzy here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.

Indie Theatrical-Folk singer Hameer Zawawi is Inspired by Video Games

Indie Theatrical-Folk singer-songwriter Hameer Zawawi hails from the vibrant-multicultural city of Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. His songs are mainly inspired by video games, featuring fantasy-like lyrics and epic melodies that depict vast worlds and environments seen within the confines of his small bedroom and backyard.

The debut album NATIONAL FANTASY captures the acoustic origins of Hameer Zawawi within the Malaysian independent circuit. It can be obtained physically via live shows, or digitally through Bandcamp, iTunes, Spotify, etc. Hameer’s 2017 performance roster so far includes shows in the US (Los Angeles, Anaheim, New York), the United Kingdom (London, Brighton, Glasgow), Germany (Berlin, Cologne, Leipzig) and Malaysia (Kuala Lumpur, Georgetown, Johor Bahru).

What are five hashtags that describe your work?

#Indie #Theatrical #Folk #Nusantara #Singersongwriter

What is your artist origin story?

I come from a family of music composers based in Malaysia and after 4 years of actively performing for Malaysian-based festivals and shows, have decided to travel out for the first time.

I spent 3 months (MARCH 2017) touring Europe and America having played featured shows in Germany (Cologne, Berlin, Leipzig), United Kingdom (London, Brighton, Glasgow) and the US (Los Angeles, Anaheim, NYC) with the highlight of it being my show at House of Blues, Anaheim and Rockwood Music Hall, NYC.

What is your favorite medium right now and why do you love it?

Total creative control in what I write and perform, positive feedback from the audience especially those who are musically-knowledgeable and inclined, exploring new grounds and new acts that further inspire my creative thought process, as well as learning new ways to engage with audiences and communities from different various backgrounds.

What is on the horizon for your work in the next year?

I’ve been hard at work to finishing up new material slated for release in Q4 of 2017. Part of that process involves me working with producer Phil Carroll in NYC who has been running Recording Artists Development Inc. for the past 14 years. My new material will be a step up from my acoustic origins as a singer-songwriter.

How has being in Bushwick influenced your work?

The culture shock of seeing how QTPOC communities take pride and embrace individuality so openly that is so rarely seen (cause its borderline illegal) in Malaysia has definitely left an impact on me as an individual. As sign of me supporting the cause, my last show involved me performing for a QTPOC monthly showcase in Starr Bar, Brooklyn. Besides, my originals compositions have always been about emphasizing the freedom of the mind and body, hence it was always in line of my beliefs.

If a movie is made about your life, who would play you?

Dev Patel

If you could have dinner with anyone living or dead, who would it be and why?

Jeff Buckley, cause his vocal runs are eerily similar to mine (by coincidence).

In a parallel universe, if you weren’t doing what you are doing, what would you be doing?

One-man video game developer

You can learn more about Hameer Zawawi here.


As part of the Arts in Bushwick activities and events, like Community Day and Bushwick Open Studios, we are showcasing the many artists participating.