FYNE   is a audiovisual campsite made out of synthetic and industrial materials offering visitors a compressed rendering of nocturnal America in the summertime. Campers are encourage to relax in a fiberglass video tent or stretch out on a faux forest floor and bathe in a cycle of shimming abstractions, which originated as landscape and documentary photography captured by artist Matthew Caron while traveling throughout the United States.
       
     
  The centerpiece of the  FYNE  campsite is a hexagonal tent illuminated by projected video. Campers are invited to rest on a bed of shredded paper which serves as a forest floor. Guests may relax, meditate, perform or play within the space as they please, so long as they obey the universal rules of camping: leave no trace behind, and take nothing but memories. The  FYNE  campsite should not be taken as a substitution for an experience of the outdoors, but a compressed expression of the artist’s pleasure in traveling and synthesizing his experiences.
       
     
  FYNE 1.0  was opened to the public on August 24th, 2013 at  Helper Projects  in Brooklyn, New York. and featured performances by  RAFT ,  Mickey Fit ,  Lazurite  and  Rebecca Gaffney  with Aaron Caleb
       
     
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  FYNE   is a audiovisual campsite made out of synthetic and industrial materials offering visitors a compressed rendering of nocturnal America in the summertime. Campers are encourage to relax in a fiberglass video tent or stretch out on a faux forest floor and bathe in a cycle of shimming abstractions, which originated as landscape and documentary photography captured by artist Matthew Caron while traveling throughout the United States.
       
     

FYNE is a audiovisual campsite made out of synthetic and industrial materials offering visitors a compressed rendering of nocturnal America in the summertime. Campers are encourage to relax in a fiberglass video tent or stretch out on a faux forest floor and bathe in a cycle of shimming abstractions, which originated as landscape and documentary photography captured by artist Matthew Caron while traveling throughout the United States.

  The centerpiece of the  FYNE  campsite is a hexagonal tent illuminated by projected video. Campers are invited to rest on a bed of shredded paper which serves as a forest floor. Guests may relax, meditate, perform or play within the space as they please, so long as they obey the universal rules of camping: leave no trace behind, and take nothing but memories. The  FYNE  campsite should not be taken as a substitution for an experience of the outdoors, but a compressed expression of the artist’s pleasure in traveling and synthesizing his experiences.
       
     

The centerpiece of the FYNE campsite is a hexagonal tent illuminated by projected video. Campers are invited to rest on a bed of shredded paper which serves as a forest floor. Guests may relax, meditate, perform or play within the space as they please, so long as they obey the universal rules of camping: leave no trace behind, and take nothing but memories. The FYNE campsite should not be taken as a substitution for an experience of the outdoors, but a compressed expression of the artist’s pleasure in traveling and synthesizing his experiences.

  FYNE 1.0  was opened to the public on August 24th, 2013 at  Helper Projects  in Brooklyn, New York. and featured performances by  RAFT ,  Mickey Fit ,  Lazurite  and  Rebecca Gaffney  with Aaron Caleb
       
     

FYNE 1.0 was opened to the public on August 24th, 2013 at Helper Projects in Brooklyn, New York. and featured performances by RAFT, Mickey Fit, Lazurite and Rebecca Gaffney with Aaron Caleb

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DSC00296.JPG
       
     
DSC00297.JPG
       
     
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