‘Urban Dreams’ Projected on the Old Bowery Station

Posted on: May 10th, 2013 at 10:33 am by
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Another screen just popped up on the Bowery. Since Tuesday evening, the Old Bowery Station at the corner of Delancey has been projecting artwork onto the windows of its nascent event space.

Openhouse, which runs the Station, joined forces with Project/ion to feature “Urban Dreams,” a series of videos by four artists. Tonight is the final installment, featuring two works by Joe Hamilton – Trouble in Utopia and Survey.

Meanwhile, just up the bend at Bowery, Salon94 continues to curate video for the oft-vandalized screen on its glassy white facade.

This was the schedule:

May 7: Daniel Askill
May 8: Ken Solomon
May 9: Rafael Rozendaal
May 10: Joe Hamilton
6 pm to 6 am everyday

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