William Wegman is the headliner right now, with his Weimaraners gracing the side of Syracuse's Everson Museum in a world premier video. His 'Flo Flow, specifically created for the Urban Video Project, features a pair of the gray dogs, clearly watching--and reacting to---something behind the camera. It shows through May, dusk to 11pm Thursday to Sunday nights.
The Everson is one site for the projected art videos. Syracuse Stage is a second, and Jeffrey Hoone, executive director of Light Works, says the SU Warehouse on the edge of Armory Square is about to be a third. Hoone says the videos brighten the nighttime urban landscape, but are also a different medium for artists to show their style.
Check the Urban Video Project website to see past and current videos and more on the art program.