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Flux Factory has been a New York arts institution since 1994, when it opened at its original location in Williamsburg. Installed in its massive Long Island City space since 2002, this artist-run nonprofit gallery, arts organization and on-site artist residency program mounts four major exhibitions each year, all of which include the work of many emerging and experimental artists. Flux Factory also shows several smaller exhibitions throughout the year and hosts monthly events.