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new ideas for the willimantic screen project

Nina Colosi's Streaming Museum (StreamingMuseum.org), the inspiration for the Willimantic Screen Project, was a partner and participant in this year's Tina B. Contemporary Art Festival in Prague, CZ, October 7-13,. As part of my ongoing effort to establish a screen site in Willimantic, I went to the festival in order to have a direct experience of the Streaming Museum's contribution to the festival and observe the effect of cultural content on media screens in public space. This experience gave me new ideas on making the Willimantic Screen Project a reality.

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review of ulf langheinrich’s LAND

Ulf Langheinrich show LAND has been installed at the Queensland University of Technology for the duration of the Brisbane Festival to great response. Described as an “exploration into sensory immersive environments”, Land is a 3-D moving-image projection accompanied by a soundtrack. Both projection and soundscape evolved out of the manipulation of algorithms, although the starting [...]

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liminal screen co-production residency

Banff New Media Institute Co-production Residency: Liminal Screen Program dates: February 25, 2010 – March 27, 2010 Application deadline: August 31, 2009 Peer Advisors: Nina Czegledy, Michelle Kasprzak, Marcus Neustetter The Liminal Screen Co-production Residency will focus its inquiry on the transitions between screen and life, as the screen reinforces its central position as an [...]

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the willimantic screen project

The Willimantic Screen Project reflects my ongoing exploration of the urban screens phenomenon and my intention to establish an urban screen site in Willimantic, Connecticut. The purpose of this blog is to introduce the Willimantic Screen Project to the Urban Screens community and invite feedback and/or advice as it progresses.

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dwell-time; event in bradford, uk

These are exciting times. In the UK we’ll be holding a one-day Professional Development Workshop at the National Media Museum, Bradford, West Yorkshire. This event will bring together creatives, planners, arts organizations and screen managers from the BBC network together to share current work and to plan for future events involving the BBC Big Screen [...]

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make way for non-profits

Digital screens – the technology of the future is evolving all around us today. Everywhere we turn now there is a digital display regurgitating images and messages to motivate us to action. Eat here. Watch this. Buy that. It's truly amazing that people can even digest everything that's displayed – but we do! It is [...]

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an introduction to streaming museum

Congratulations to Mirjam Struppek and Glenn Harding and the team whose dedication over several years has resulted in the launch of IUSA. It comes at a time when the global community is experiencing interconnectivity first hand in economic, environmental and security crisis that touch everyone, and the idea of connecting cities and people nationally and [...]

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opportunity for artists

CALL FOR ENTRIES: 1st CASZUIDAS URBAN SCREEN FESTIVAL Amsterdam 4 + 5 September 2009, Zuidplein, Zuidas, Amsterdam – – – Deadline July 20, 2009 – – - On Friday the 4th and Saturday the 5th of September 2009, the CASZUIDAS Urban Screen Festival is taking place in Amsterdam. The CASZUIDAS Urban Screen Festival is a [...]

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