Arts / Media

At the Kimmel Center? Look up: InLiquid is screening videos on ‘The Cube’

It's a way to showcase digital art on South Broad.

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.

In June, they screened a video called “Cupcake Cheesesteak” by Juggling Wolf. See a preview here.

The videos play all day, every ten minutes, alternating in a queue of other Kimmel Center promotional material, said exhibitions manager Mat Tomezsko.

Companies: InLiquid / Kimmel Center

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