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Viewers at AD Projects' screening at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

Viewers at AD Projects' screening at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

Visitors at AD Projects' video evening at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

Visitors at AD Projects' video evening at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

The AD Projects' logo in lights, 10.25.11

The AD Projects' logo in lights, 10.25.11

View of Benjamin Bigelow's The Great Melt at AD Projects' show at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

View of Benjamin Bigelow's The Great Melt at AD Projects' show at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

View of Sergio Albiac's Content is Queen at the Big Screen Plaza. 10.25.11

View of Sergio Albiac's Content is Queen at the Big Screen Plaza. 10.25.11

Viewers at AD Projects' exhibition at the Big Screen Plaza in Manhattan, October 25 2011.    A public film screening presented by AD Projects featured new video art that innovatively blended live action, animated and digital elements. Eight contemporary artists produce shorts that obscure, alter, and enhance the human figure, creating eerie and entrancing scenes.

Viewers at AD Projects' exhibition at the Big Screen Plaza in Manhattan, October 25 2011. A public film screening presented by AD Projects featured new video art that innovatively blended live action, animated and digital elements. Eight contemporary artists produce shorts that obscure, alter, and enhance the human figure, creating eerie and entrancing scenes.

Martin Murphy's Film Spill at AD Projects' show at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

Martin Murphy's Film Spill at AD Projects' show at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

Karen Ostrom's 'The End' was part of AD Projects' screening at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11    These are credits for a narrative and story that never existed! Obviously, we closed out our eerie video evening with Karen's work.

Karen Ostrom's 'The End' was part of AD Projects' screening at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11 These are credits for a narrative and story that never existed! Obviously, we closed out our eerie video evening with Karen's work.

” I am a visual artist using traditional media and generative computer code. Beauty, contradictions, the illusion of control in a world much governed by randomness and the elusive nature of emotions are recurring ideas in my work.” – Sergio Albiac

Heidi Zito's 'Sequence of Monotone' (2011) was part of AD Projects screening at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

Heidi Zito's 'Sequence of Monotone' (2011) was part of AD Projects screening at the Big Screen Plaza, 10.25.11

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