v1b3 is an artist-led project that explores media in the built environment through curated site-specific interventions, presentations and published documentation.  v1b3 began in 2005 with a series of projects that responded to the proliferation of video screens and projections and their impact on urban space. In more recent years, the collaboration has focused on a series of curated exhibitions looking at emerging media forms and the intersections between creative practices and virtual and tangible social spaces. v1b3, Video in the Built Environment’s core collaborators are Conrad GleberMat RappaportGail Rubini rootoftwo. Their collaboration is open to other artists, architects and designers interested in similar issues.


art2code digital catalog of artworks that explore artworks created though code practices.  Supported by CAA
Washington, DC

art2drone digital catalog of artworks that engage critically with drone technologies.  Supported by CAA
New York, NY

art2make digital catalog of 3D printed sculpture and links to the 3D print files supported by CAA
Chicago, IL

art2make exhibition
The Center for Book and Paper
Columbia College, Chicago

art2view augmented reality print catalog supported by CAA
New York, NY

scan2go QR code print catalog supported by CAA
Los Angeles, CA

Hotel, A Room to View
site specific installations in one room of the Hilton
New York, NY

2011 Summer
Highland Park Festival, Detroit, MI

2009 Summer

DIGIT Festival
Narrowsburg, NY

2008 Fall
Play Gallery
The University of Michigan
Ann Arbor, MI

2006 June
Castlefield Gallery,Manchester, UK
As part of Daria Martin’s show ‘Wintergarden’ the v1b3 summer 05 and spring 05 DVDs was included in an accompanying video and film archive.

2005 Summer
four site specific programs in the south loop of Chicago, Illinois, USA. Hosted by Columbia College and the University Film and Video Association.

2005 March
a 30 minute program hosted by The Bigger Picture Cornerhouse project funded by Arts Council England) on the BBC’s 25 square metre screen in Exchange Square, Manchester, UK.

Artists interested in producing or collaborating on v1b3 programs are invited to contact us info@v1b3.com