You have probably never heard of Maspeth, Queens. It’s an industrial area that borders on Bushwick, not too far from the Jefferson L Stop. And we really shouldn’t tell you about this, but we can’t help wanting to turn people on to this amazing place called the Knockdown Center. If you have been to Berlin in the past, you are familiar with old, decrepit buildings that have been turned into art centers (think Tacheles) or clubs (the original Tresor), but the situation here in NYC is way different. Real estate in this town has always been traded like gold. Having a vast space like the 50,000 square feet former glass and door factory at your disposal to indulge your creative spirits is a curator’s surreal wet dream coming true. A while back, S2S interviewed the curatorial team, Michael Merck, Kate Watson and Tyler Myers about the beginning and future of the KDC. The most recent events that took place at the Knockdown Center were Memory Place, a sound art show curated by Kate Watson, Red Bull Music Academy’s Drone Activity in Progress and Tiki Disco.