Joe Brondo (8pm - Midnight)

Bonac Histrionic

Artist Statement
I believe that art should be a conversation. Using projected light, my pieces aim to inject humor and beauty into a dark environment to spark a reaction from the viewer. Connecting to the community and our local landscapes and environment through the use of light, dark, and movement is central to my exploration.

Joe Brondo is an interdisciplinary artist and an East Hampton native. In the world of projection design he has collaborated on many theatrical endeavors in The Hamptons. He has assisted on technical installations for Barbara Kruger, Tony Oursler, and Christine Sciulli and has created site-specific projection/light installations for many programs and performances in the John Drew Theater at Guild Hall including Extinction and Romeo & Juliet. Last year he collaborated with artist Cindy Pease Roe for a site-specific work at the Whaling Museum in Sag Harbor. He is also the Digital Media Creative Manager at Guild Hall.