Show extended through the end of July! Come check it out during Artscape.
Featuring video installations by
Kevin Blackistone, Bennii D., Katie Duffy, Leo Hylan, Jason Irla,
Ryan Murray, Katherine Nonemaker and Maggie Schneider
Curated by Guy Werner
Thursday, May 9th and Friday May 10th, 2013
Opens at 7pm, Performances at 9pm
The Metro Gallery
1700 N. Charles St.
Baltimore, MD 21201
Featuring audiovisual performances May 9th by
Darsombra, Sassoon, Kristen Anchor, Jonathan Badger and Meg Rorison
Sight Unseen presents an Evening of Expanded Cinema May 10th
with audiovisual performances by
Thomas Dexter, Jeff Donaldson and Greg St. Pierre
In an effort to promote explorations into the tangible boundaries of the moving image the Metro Gallery presents Videopolis, a video installation exhibition with limited selected performances. Held across the street from the Charles Theater during the Maryland Film Festival, Videopolis features work that doesn’t make more traditional festival formats. Videopolis hopes to juxtapose various forms of film and video, along with other mediums that comment upon or investigate the moving image, together in a relaxed environment for the enjoyment of artists, festival-goers and random passers-by. With people on all sides of the lens exploring how different disciplines may work together, the results are expected to be innovative and entertaining. This year May 9th – 11th, 2013, the Videopolis video installation exhibition will open with performances in the evenings, and run through the rest of the month of May.
VIDEOPOLIS OPENING NIGHT – MAY 9th
The Metro Gallery presents the 6th annual Videopolis festival featuring video installations and audiovisual performances by Darsombra, Sassoon, Kristen Anchor, Jonathan Badger and Meg Rorison.