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Surge of Urban Screens Adoption in Australasia

The widespread adoption of Urban Screens as a tool for community engagement has been slow and organic in its evolution, but if current trends persist we are all looking forward to a very exciting surge in growth over the next few years. Circus Solutions (circusexp.com) who for 6 years managed the hugely successful early entrant and [...]

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Urban Screens – Recommended Reading:

Special issue #4: Urban Screens: Discovering the potential of outdoor screens for urban society. This collection of academic papers dates back prior to 2006 when it was published on First Monday however the information is still relevant today. This collection of papers gives valuable insight into the contemporary academic thinking of that time around this [...]

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Urban Screens – Recommended Reading:

Urban Screens Reader The Urban Screens Reader is the first book to focus entirely on the topic of urban screens. In assembling contributions from a range of leading theorists, in conjunction with a series of case studies dealing with artists’ projects and screen operators’ and curators’ experiences, the reader offers a rich resource for those [...]

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Art on Public Screens Exhibition 1, Stavanger

i/o/Lab Stavanger presents the exhibition “Dancing Hands curated by Mirjem Struppek presented on 7 urban screens in Stavanger’s public and semi public spaces. “Hands are our most precious human tools, reaching out with our sensual desire to touch and create. Their delicate fingers can move gracefully like dancers so their movements can tell us vivid stories [...]

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Streaming Museum & Big Screen Project, NYC

On January 13 the Big Screen Project at the Eventi Hotel, NYC, hosted Streaming Museum’s 3rd Anniversary celebration with an evening of Streaming Museum exhibitions, a toast and partying in the Bar Basque’s dramatic culinary and entertainment spaces. Artist talks were presented by collaborator, Leaders in Software and Art in the Eventi Hotel’s screening room [...]

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IUSA Confirms Next Conference – NYC11 – Connecting Communities

NYC11 is a boutique conference and public festival being organised by the International Urban Screens Association (IUSA) in collaboration with our partners – Projects for Public Spaces (pps.org) and the Big Screen Project in NY.  The event will be held in New York City in September 2011. NYC11 follows on as the 5th in the [...]

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A New Cultural and Events Screen for Toronto

Located outside of Mississauga City Hall in the downtown core, the soon to be launched Celebration Square is to be a vibrant state-of-the-art event venue that is positioned to become one of the premiere event destinations in the Greater Toronto Area. The newly renovated  Square will be host to a dynamic line-up of free year-round [...]

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Australia’s First Media Facade – Signal

Circus recently announced the launch of ‘Signal’ as Melbourne’s first arts studio dedicated to people aged 13 to 20 interested in a wide range of art forms. Signal is located right in the heart of the city: behind Flinders Street Station on Northbank, in the Les Erdi Plaza, at the northern end of Sandridge Bridge, [...]

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Big Screen Project – New York

The recently launched Big Screen Project’s screen is arguably the first of it’s kind in the US. This vast untapped market till now has been totally dominated by commercial screens like those we recognise so readily from the likes of the iconic and chaotic Times Square, only a dozen or so blocks from this exciting [...]

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last week for ‘decode’ at the v&a

Decode Digital Design Sensations

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