By Brendan Speigel – Village Voice

“…On a recent Tuesday evening in Sunset Park, a small cadre of Brooklyn creative types gathered in a refuge where they believe Starbucks and doggie day cares won’t follow. The setting was Light Industry, an avant-garde film and electronic-arts venue whose eclectic lineup of weekly events has ranged from a screening of early-20th-century boxing films to a glockenspiel performance of Bruce Springsteen’s Born to Run—in short, the type of New York artists whose work will not be auctioned at Christie’s or debut at Lincoln Center any time soon.” [Read More]

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