Free Time in the Collective Bargain: Sept 1, 2018

UAAU and ART&COM bring to the (c)Art Festival
on September 1, 2018 (11am-5pm) at King Manor Museum

150-03 Jamaica Ave, Jamaica, New York 11432


A Labor Day Weekend celebration

With UAAU founders: Thiago Szmrecsányi,
Natalia de CamposSyncretic Pleasures
Tracy Collins


What do a cone, a hammock, a bot, some water
pipes & signs have in common?


(while we enjoy FREE TIME…)

#UAAU (pronounced WOW) – United Artists & Activists Union

Come + join us!


Thank you #SEQAA South East Queens Artists
Alliance for the invitation and organizing
the Festival, and King Manor Museum for hosting!

SEQAA’s Event link:

#FreeTime #Jamaica #Queens #NewYork #art
#cart #park #publicart#performance #installation
#robot #text #leisure


ART &COM Work Displays History was originally a performance-installation-exhibition with mixed stories and interactions, created by Thiago Szmrecsanyi and Natalia de Campos/Syncretic Pleasures, to evolve with contributions by vendors of the Jamaica Colosseum Mall in Queens, New York.

It had its RE-LOCATION to  Emma Thomas Gallery in the Lower East Side in November 2016 and then to São Paulo, Brazil in April 2017. It is a platform for social interaction and interventions that displays works created with materials and stories collected locally, and it has displayed work by its creators.

In Art in Odd Places 2017, a festival of art, performance and ideas curated by Nicolás Dumit Esteves Raful, Jodi Waynberg and Rocio Alvarado, ART&COM will bring COLLECTIVE BARGAIN to 14th street and will count with two more collaborators: Tracy Collins, a media artist, and Toya Mileno, a hacktivist, and participation by some organizations on 14th street of Manhattan. More info about the artists and partnerships will  be available here soon.


SAVE THE DATES!! October 13, 4-10PM; October 14 & 15, 12-8PM – on West 14th Street, between 5th and 7th Avenues. A detailed schedule and list of events will be posted here. Come back!