Saturday, August 25, 2012

Digital Art Reflections & 10 Seconds in Time ask audiences to stop and consider

Straight.com (Vancouver) - Downtown Vancouver pulses on this warm summer night. Bands play, pedestrians stroll, the scent of hot food wafts through the open doors of pubs and restaurants. And temporary public art inserts its presence into the multisensory urban experience.

At the corner of Robson and Granville streets, look up, look wa-a-ay up. Two programs of digital art, sponsored by the City of Vancouver, are playing among the ads on the screens mounted atop the retail building at the northeast corner of those two busy thoroughfares. The first, Digital Art Reflections, features short animation and video works by local artists Diyan Achjadi, Carol Sawyer, Donna Szoke, and the Project Rainbow collective.  Read more.

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