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Web Portal Video Installation by Stephanie Beattie

November 5, 2022 @ 7:00 pm - 9:00 pm

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An event every day that begins at 7:00 pm, repeating until November 5, 2022

- Free

A multi-channel video production installed at Naylor Court in the Maynard Cultural District!

This unique event is happening directly in front of the faces mural this weekend. Check out and support Public Art in Maynard. Made possible by ArtSpace Maynard and a placemaking grant from Mass Development


ArtSpace & Mass Development present:

“Web Portal” is a live site-specific multi-channel video projection installation by NYC artist Stephanie Beattie.

“Web Portal” visualizes the shape of communication on a doorway formed by the projection screens wrapped around a seven-foot Cube*. Patterns emanating from the natural and built environments are navigated by a crawling spider and the shadows of the participants who explore the threshold.

Some imagery provided by Maynard’s Historical Society depicts Digital Equipment Corporations’ early circuitry. A reference to place and an echo of the technological past.

*The Cube; this installation was made possible by a placemaking grant from Mass Development to ArtSpace. Design and construction of The Cube by InSitu Architects, public art management by Zannah Noe. Also, thanks go to the many volunteers from Maynards Historical Society, Maynard’s Cultural Council, and Maynard’s Brat Pack, who know who they are…

NYC artist Stephanie Beattie. www.LAKESWHOLELAKES.COM

Stephanie Beattie is a designer, editor, and researcher currently based in Brooklyn, New York. She uses interactive media and sound to illuminate the fundamental structures of social interaction and perception. She holds an MFA (Transdisciplinary Design) from Parsons The New School for Design, and a BA (Linguistics) from The University of California, Davis. She has contributed sound design to documentaries and feature films and video content to stage shows at the Brooklyn Academy of Music, on Broadway, and more. Her artwork is in collections such as The Institute for Computer Music and Sound Technology in Zurich, Switzerland. She is co-founder of Calx Vida Studio and editor of The Seers’ Catalogue.

A multi-channel video projection installed at Naylor Court in Maynard, MA image