LoVid at River to River Festival

LoVid at River to River Festival

This event is part of the River to River Festival

U R QR is an interactive project that unfolds in both public and digital spaces. Each participant has their face painted in a pattern to correspond with their own unique QR code. Every face makes one segment of the whole code.

During the workshop, LoVid will collect conversations with the participants about secret languages, codes, and their personal identity within the context of our networked society.

The final assembled QR design—composed of portraits of participants–will be presented in a public space in Lower Manhattan as a culminating testimony for this collaborative process.

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Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus have worked as LoVid since 2001. The collaboration began with audiovisual performances and has expanded to include a wide range of media, from works on paper to app-based art. LoVid has performed and exhibited worldwide, in venues including Netherlands Media Art Institute, Holland, Netherlands; Science Museum, Jerusalem, Israel; Museum of the Moving Image, New York, NY; and, MoMA, New York, NY. LoVid has received support from Rhizome, Franklin Furnace, LMCC, NYSCA, and NYFA, among many others.

Event Date :  Workshops : Jun 22 – 23 and Installation : Jul 6 – 14

Event Time : Workshops : 1 – 6pm and  Installation : 8am – 10pm

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LoVid at River to River Festival
When: January 1, 1970
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