We’ll be rolling out our new website later today so make sure to stay tuned to MMXLII.com. We’ve been hard at work “redecorating” the place behind the scenes. We’re pretty excited about it and we hope all of you are too. – The MMXLII team
Multicultural fans show up in numbers to celebrate the LA Kings Stanley Cup victory. Kevin our Canadian hockey fanatic serves as our reporter to find out why LA has the most multicultural fan base in the NHL.
“…29 screens because we think there is no one vantage point to see the entire world…” – Anne Bray (Curator)
This past Saturday a part of the MMXLII team went to LAX to check out the dedication ceremony for the See Change installation we posted about last week. The project was put on by Los Angeles World Airports and the Department of Cultural Affairs and had 17 artists create a moving video art installation. The installation is a 17 site-specific media artwork with 4 hours of original programming. A 58-screen linear video filmstrip suspended from the ceiling as well as a 25-screen media wall are located in the terminal’s arrival hall and is accessible to the general public from 6-2am daily.
Hit the jump to see all the pics we took.
Here is a recording of our panel we put on with the good folks at Cashmere Agency down at SXSW today. It featured Karen Civil, Elliott Wilson, Nick Adler, Devi Dev and Justin Siegel, all discussing the multicultural future of social media. We had a great turnout and look forward to taking part in more things like this.