The most famous street in the world also happens to be one of the least known – love it or hate it, Wall Street remains a mystery. During his residency, Throwell will develop Ocularpation: Wall Street, which will measure the true demographics of the street and reveal them in bright, living color this summer with a 50 person expose performance.

Zefrey Throwell is an artist living and working in New York City. Investigating honest communication, in all its varied plumage, is his aim. Working with video, radio, painting and people, he is exploring the connecting points and underpinnings of social discourse.

Throwell is a member of three collectives: THROWHITE, Red76 and Cameracartell. In addition, he co-directs a gallery called Engineer’s Office Gallery in the heart of Rockefeller Center.

Throwell works with Gallery 138 in New York and is a regular contributing member to Art International Radio and was recently included in the 2007 and 2009 Venice Biennale. He has had recent performances at the Whitney Museum of American Art (2010), Queens Museum of Art (2010), the Guggenheim Museum in New York (2009), Studio Museum in New York (2009) and projects at Werkstatt der Kulturen in Berlin (2010) and Photo Miami (2009). His work is in the Museum of Modern Art collection as well as the Hall collection.

Image credit: courtesy of the artist