The 2010 DUMBO Arts Festival played host to over a dozen video artists from around the world, showing their work publicly, and collectively, as “The Endless Bridge.” The work was projected onto both sides of the Manhattan Bridge Anchorage in DUMBO, as well as other sites nearby each night from 8.30 p.m. to midnight.
“The concept of ‘The Endless Bridge’ is to explore the idea of ‘transition,’ as a constant,” says curator Leo Kuelbs. “In the past several years, the rate of change, be it social, technological, climate-wise—down to our personal lives, has continued to increase multi-fold. Transition is no longer the space between, it is the constant.”
SenovvA played an integral part in supporting “The Endless Bridge” and its artists by providing both technical and production support throughout the run of the festival. “The Endless Bridge” required 2 sets of double stacked 12k projectors, one stack per side of the anchorage. SenovvA’s projectionists installed, converged and provided support for these locations as well as an additional location in DUMBO throughout the run of the festival.
SenovvA is proud to support the video and projection art community across the nation as well as internationally.