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  1. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

  2. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

  3. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

  4. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

  5. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

    Pictured: Site-specific artwork by Francisco Ugarte

  6. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

  7. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

  8. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

  9. Photograph: Nick Wolf
    Photograph: Nick Wolf

    Opening night at Nuit Blanche New York's the Autumn Bowl, Greenpoint, Brooklyn

Nuit Blanche New York opens the Autumn Bowl in Greenpoint

The local arm of global arts festival Nuit Blanche unveils a series of live music shows (Jamie xx! Four Tet!) and art installations in a Greenpoint warehouse space.

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Nuit Blanche New York, the group behind two editions of the nighttime Bring to Light festival, has reopened this two-room warehouse space in Greenpoint for a series of music and art happenings throughout October.

RECOMMENDED: Full guide to Greenpoint, Brooklyn

This weekend, NBNY hosts Bring Your Own Beamer (Oct 19 9pm–1am; $TBA, free with beamer and R.S.V.P. to info@nbnyprojects.com), a concept that first debuted in Berlin (so you know it’s legit). Everyone is invited to attend with a projector (beamer) and playback device to create a patchwork of moving images on the 50-foot-high walls. If you don’t have such equipment on hand, just show up to enjoy the visual spectacle, music by guest DJs (A Tribe Called Quest’s Ali Shaheed Muhammad spun opening night) and refreshments by French joint Le Gamin.

The next night, local recording studio the End curates the space (Oct 20 8:30pm–2am; $20, advance $15), with music by Kyp Malone (TV on the Radio) with Monogold, Bird Courage, Kelli Rudick, and David Watson with the Fair Use Trio.

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