v1b3 is an international curatorial project that aims to present video art that responds to the conditions of site specificity and a public viewer-ship. Urban planners and architects shape cities by means of infrastructure, zoning and buildings. However, other modes of intervention exist capable of influencing the development of city-space. v1b3 brings attention to communicative media interventions to transform public spaces.
v1b3 Video in the Built Environment’s core collaborators are Conrad Gleber, Mat Rappaport, Gail Rubini & rootoftwo to explore the proliferation of video screens and projections and their impact on urban space. Their collaboration is open to other artists, architects and designers interested in similar issues.