1. Abigail Prade / Witness (Teaser)

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    "One moment, one horrible discovery, one reaction."

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    • 1a-1blur

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      This video is about 1a

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      • 1a-1blur

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        This video is about 1a

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        • About Site Projects Inc. Public Art New Haven

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          A short video description of contributions to public spaces, culture, and education in Connecticut's greatest city, New Haven.

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          • [about] Stuffed City (2011)

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            A documention about Katja Aglert's art project Stuffed City. The artist wish to thank the students from Karsby International School: Jessika Botrus, Suprioy Choudhury, Arijana Gashi, Ninorta Ibrahim, Sukhman Kaur, Betty Mekonen, Asif Mirza, Rahel Sisay, Kinga Swiatkiewicz, Rosel Tomeh, Ramona Zein. For more about this project, please visit: http://www.katjaaglert.com/work_stuffed_city_aglert.html

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            • About the Broken Window

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              This is an excerpted interview from The Red Line D.C. Project, a documentary project that examines the aesthetics of our everyday commute in the capital city. In this bonus clip, Nancee Lyons, spokesperson for the D.C. Department of Public Works, shares the city's standpoint on graffiti and the common perception that certain aesthetics signal crime and neglect.

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              • About the Monument Quilt

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                The Monument Quilt an ongoing collection of thousands of stories from survivors of rape and abuse. By stitching our stories together, we are creating and demanding public space to heal. The Monument Quilt is a platform to not only tell our stories, but work together to forever change how Americans respond to rape. We are creating a new culture where survivors are publicly supported, rather than publicly shamed. http://TheMonumentQuilt.org Video by David Sloan, Music by Soft Cat

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                • About WhoWeAm

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                  This is the first post for the new Who We Am site, and it lays out where we're going—at least enough to get an idea. It will live on the "What It Is" page.

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                  • Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection, 2012

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                    Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection November 8th - December 9th, 2012 Union Square Park North @16th Street For thirty two days, voices of veterans of the Vietnam, Iraq and Afghanistan wars animated a bronze commemorative statue of Abraham Lincoln that has stood silently in Union Square Park since 1870. The memories and feelings of ordinary Americans spoke through Lincoln as part of an outdoor public art installation by Krzysztof Wodiczko, an artist renowned for his large-scale light projections on architectural facades and monuments. Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection marked a return of sorts to Manhattan for the artist, whose last monumental work here was the influential and still often cited Homeless Project (1988). “As our troops withdraw from Afghanistan, this commemorative statue, commissioned just a few years after the Civil War, again becomes a place for dialogue about war,” says Micaela Martegani, founding director of More Art. More Art, an eight-year-old organization devoted to bringing new and innovative works of art into public spaces in New York City, is the organizer of Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection. In collaboration with many New York City veterans organizations, Wodiczko has engaged with dozens of veterans and their family members over the course of several months. He filmed fourteen of the veterans and their family members for the installation of Abraham Lincoln: War Veteran Projection, recording conversations about their war experiences and the toll of duty on their family life. It was these points of views, presented in each person’s own words, voice, and gestures, that were projected via sound and light onto the figure of Lincoln. www.moreart.org

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                    • Abschlussveranstaltung von "10qm-Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Köln"

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                      Videodoku über die Abschlussveranstaltung von "10qm-Kunst im öffentlichen Raum Köln". Mit der Arbeit "Tulipa" von Uschi Huber und Soundperformances von: Petra Klabunde, Les èclairs, Krickeberg & Steins, ray vibration mit Jan Arlt und dem Kunstorchester Kwaggawerk. 10qm ist ein Kunst-Projekt von Diane Müller und Stefanie Klingemann. www.10qm.de

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