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The Big Screen Project

Exhibition Detail
Full Screen: A Selection of Time-Based Works from Culturehall Artists
Public Plaza at The Eventi Hotel
New York, NY

May 9th, 2011 - May 24th, 2011
May 9th, 2011 6:00 PM - 8:00 PM
Oh... This could go on forever!, Jean Alexander FraterJean Alexander Frater,
Oh... This could go on forever!,
2006, 4 min 11 sec video projection, variable
© JeanAlexanderFrater 2006

During the month of May, Culturehall is pleased to join the Big Screen Project in New York to present a selection of time-based artworks from members of the contemporary art website. The one-hour program, curated by David Andrew Frey, provides a diverse look into the practices of eighteen artists who use video, film, and other media to explore a broad spectrum of concerns.

The Big Screen Project is an innovative venue for presenting video, film and interactive content to the public. Located at the Eventi Hotel public plaza off Sixth Avenue between 29th and 30th Streets in Chelsea, the park hosts a state-of-the-art 30-foot HD LED screen. The project presents a variety of art, cinema, and new media content, often in partnership with art institutions, film festivals, and non-profit organizations.

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