Connecting Cities is a European and worldwide expanding network aiming to build up a connected infrastructure of media facades, urban screens and projection sites to circulate artistic and social content. In opposition to the commercial use of these urban media, we establish them as platforms on which citizens can exchange – within the city as much as between cities.

For the coming years the Connecting Cities Network pursues an artistic research programme that combines workshops and conferences with the production of interactive artworks which are presented every year during the Connecting Cities Events.

The Connecting Cities Network is initiated by Public Art Lab Berlin in cooperation with 23 international partners in 21 cities:
Ars Electronica Futurelab Linz – Medialab-Prado Madrid – FACT Liverpool – Foundation Bauhaus Dessau
– Videospread Marseille – Marseille – Provence 2013 – iMAL Brussels – Riga 2014 – BIS (Body Process Arts Association) Istanbul
– FACT Liverpool – m-cult Helsinki – Media Architecture Institute Vienna – Museum of Contemporary Art Zagreb – University
of Aarhus – MUTEK Montreal – Quartier des spectacles Montreal – verve cultural Sao Paulo – Federation Square Melbourne –
xm:lab Saarbrücken – Media Arts Lab Sapporo – The Concourse Sydney – Etopia Centre for Art and Technology Zaragoza – 403
International Art Centre Wuhan

Streaming Partner: Streampark TV
Media Partner: ARTE Creative
Connecting Cities is supported by the Culture Programme 2007-13 of the European Union.

For more information please visit www.connectingcities.net



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