Friday, September 17, 2010

This is Curious ...

Posted By on Fri, Sep 17, 2010 at 8:55 AM

Curious Pictures started last Friday and I didn't get to go to it, but it sounds cool, I have to say.

Every Friday until October 8th, digital artwork by local artists will be projected on downtown buildings.

It's a flat surface; why not?

From the UrbanArt blog:

These video vignettes will be projected onto various buildings in Downtown Memphis to bring life to our cityscape and demonstrate the possibilities and potential of new media art within the public realm.

This week Erik Jambor of Indie Memphis will transform Gayoso Avenue into a walk-up theater by showing Godfrey Reggio's KOYAANISQATSI on the north wall of the Jolly Royal Furniture Store.

And then next week Sarah Fleming and Christopher Reyes will light up Center Lane near the Madison Hotel with their unique interpretation of video art today.

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