(Photo courtesy of InLiquid)
Arts nonprofit InLiquid is bringing a spot of digital art to South Broad.
The 15-year-old group has been screening one-minute videos and animations by its artist members on the Kimmel Center’s “Cube,” a cube-shaped screen at Broad and Spruce. Right now, they’re screening videos by Leo Hylan and later this month, they’ll screen three videos by Mark Havens.
The videos play all day, every ten minutes, alternating in a queue of other Kimmel Center promotional material, said exhibitions manager Mat Tomezsko.