Art comes in all shapes and sizes….and as technology and art continue intermixing the boundaries of what art “is” change daily.
Enter the Boston Convention and Exhibition Center.
The marquee at the BCEC is 80 feet tall…and when it’s not advertising upcoming events, it’s taken to displaying art across its seven screens.
Boston Cyberarts is programming the art content on the marquee…currently a selection of video shorts.
Six artists are on the first rotation, and Boston Cyberarts is seeking proposals for a new slate, scheduled to premiere in mid May. (The deadline for proposals is April 2.)
To get your art considered for the summer slate…visit the Cyberarts website.
For detailed descriptions of the 30 second videos currently in rotation, visit the Boston Globe.
A note on the space: the marquee is wedge-shaped…like a slightly opened book. The low-resolution LED vertical screens lead down to smaller, high-resolution horizontal screens that stick out at the bottom of our metaphorical open book.