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Art after Dark: 10 Years of UrbanScreen

Art after Dark: 10 Years of UrbanScreen is a survey of one of Canada’s leading venues for the outdoor display of projected new media art. The largest site of its kind in the country, UrbanScreen is internationally recognized for its award-winning program of site-specific, multimedia artworks that bring together community, commuters, and critics in conversation. UrbanScreen has provided a space for established and emerging digital artists to develop thought-provoking projects that actively engage with the world around us. This publication compiles insightful essays by scholars, artists, critics, curators, and poets on the subject of every exhibition to have been displayed at UrbanScreen over the past decade. It also includes a lengthy introduction to the site’s history by prominent art critic Robin Laurence as well as high resolution documentation of UrbanScreen itself.

Art after Dark: 10 Years of UrbanScreen is an invaluable resource for anyone interested in the fields of new media and visual culture.

Get a free PDF download of the Art after Dark: 10 Years of UrbanScreen catalogue.

Physical copies of the work are available to order from the Surrey Art Gallery.

Catalogue: 148 pages, full colour

$35 + applicable taxes and shipping

ISBN 978-1-926573-59-5 (hardcover)

ISBN 978-1-926573-60-1 (digital)