Kenneth Newby, Aleksandra Dulic, and Liane Davison
Surrey Urban Screen: A Collaborative Initiative between Artists and the Surrey Art Gallery
Surrey Urban Screen is Canada’s largest non-commercial projection screen venue, dedicated to presenting digital art forms.
It offers an opportunity for collaboration between its host, the Surrey Art Gallery, invited artists, and residential/commuter audiences. Launched in 2010, this venue is sited in context to a recreation centre, a
diverse demographic ranging from refugees, university students, and affluent workers. Transience, created by Kenneth Newby and Aleksandra Dulic, used a massive database of sound and images. The artwork
both performed and transformed over time using a trigger of the passing SkyTrain, and included broadcast audio on a local FM radio frequency.
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