Sep 3, 2010

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Intersection

by Freewaves and Super Expo

Intersection is a visual/interactive/sound experience propelled by large format projections with accompanying sound track. With the corner of Ocean Blvd. and Colorado Aven. as a platform, Intersection cross-pollinates, interacts and explores the possibilities of audience participation, live-action video projections and audio, transforming the west wall of the seven story Holiday Inn into a site-specific artwork. Through its juxtapositions, Intersection invites the audience into a conversation around the possibilities that the future may hold and the power to re-form our shared spaces.

About Freewaves and Super Expo:

Freewaves is dedicated to the creative exhibition of the most innovative and culturally relevant independent new media from around the world. During its twenty year history LA Freewaves has facilitated cross-cultural dialogues by inventing dynamic new media exhibition forms at experimental and established venues throughout Los Angeles. Among its most noted program is the ambitious Freewaves Festival, based on the web and in physical venues, eleven festivals have been produced to date.  Freewaves is building one of the largest online archives and Internet new media resources. Freewaves also presents local workshops and develops educational material, advocating creation and access to ground breaking alternative media.  Freewaves has produced its programs at venues such as The Getty Center, LACMA and the full length of Hollywood Blvd between La Brea and Vine.
Photo: Anne Bray, Founder and Director

Super Expo is a collective of artists from a wide range of disciplines collaborating to create site specific visual/sound experiences via large format projections and accompanying soundtracks. Conceived by creative director/visual artist Peter Schroff, Super Expo consists of Schroff, graphic/type designer Greg Lindy, musician/composer Trevin Pinto and video projection designer Bart Kresa.

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