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ART IN MOTION Unique Video Art Opportunity Liverpool Street Station April 2011

Video:Philip Levine & Kat Kraft
LIVERPOOL STREET STATION | APRIL 2011
If you are an artist who has video material displaying your creative process then ArtBelow would like to hear from you.

This April they are leaping across the tracks and entering the world of the digital projection screen for the first time!

‘Art in Motion’ explores the process of how different artists create their work and will be showcased on stunning 3 meter wide digital projection screens on the Liverpool Street tube station Central line (westbound platform) for 2 weeks from mid April.

Curated by Art Below, ‘Art in Motion’ will be a series of 1 minute clips showing a range of different artists actually in the process of creating their own work.

The finished work that you have created on screen will also be featured as a billboard poster in a major London station.

The finalised versions that will be screened in the London Underground will be silent and no longer than one minute long.

This is an extraordinary concept which gives you – the artist – a living window onto your particular work in progress to be viewed by London’s tube travelers.

If you have clip/s that you wish to be considered for this unique ‘Art in Motion’ series then please email artinmotion@artbelow.org.uk with a link to the video online (ie youtube, vimeo, facebook) Deadline: 28th March 2011

www.artbelow.org.uk/

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