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Wolfgang Staehle, Midtown, 2004

Wolfgang Staehle, «Midtown», 2004(Edit)

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Midtown: Real-time public video projection by Wolfgang Staehle
Commissioned by Lumen on behalf of the GNER Leeds International Film Festival
Supported by Arts and Business New Partners Scheme
28 October – 7 November 2004 | Henry Moore Institute (facade) | sunset – sunrise

Specially commissioned by Lumen for the GNER 18th Leeds International Film Festival, Midtown by German net artist Wolfgang Staehle will bring a live high-resolution projected picture of mid-town Manhattan to Leeds City Centre during dark hours in the festival. In today’s immediate lifestyle where technology attempts to bring everything in the world to your doorstep, Staehle finds simplicity in the stillness of landscape and the instantaneous sensations and implications of connectivity.


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