[ISEA2013] Curators Statement: Urban Screen Productions & Streaming Museum – three exhibitions for public space

Curators Statement

Urban Screen Productions and Streaming Museum are pleased to present three exhibitions at ISEA2013 Sydney, curated for public space: Nordic Outbreak, Artistic License in Silicon Valley and Arrival – Departure. This project has been assisted by Willoughby City Council. This project is presented by ISEA2013 and the Australian Network for Art and Technology (ANAT) as part of the 19th International Symposium on Electronic Art, Sydney.

  • Streaming Museum produces and presents contemporary-themed exhibitions of international multi-media arts and related programs to a global audience via mobile devices, a network of big screens worldwide, and at cultural and public centres. The museum was founded in New York City by Nina Colosi. Since its launch on 7 continents on January 29, 2008 exhibitions have been viewed on screens in over 55 locations worldwide.
  • Urban Screen Productions curate and produce content and events for public screens and manage the Concourse Urban Screen in Chatswood, Sydney. urbanscreens.tv