In 2012, Obscura received a grant from the DC Commission on the Arts and Humanities to design an interactive installation that showcases art from the DC Public Art Program. Obscura created a multi-channel curved display with an interactive multitouch screen that allows guests to move easily through projections. Visitors can acquire information on individual art installations, as well as background information on the artists. The installation opened at the (e)merge Art Fair and was later installed as a semi-permanent display in DCCAH’s office.
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