During last year’s Expanded Cinema project, which put local video art onto the OMNI’s giant canvas, cars sat abandoned, piled up along the road like the vehicular aftermath of an apocalypse. Fields filled with viewers like some out-of-season Fourth of July. And art did what we knew it could: pulled people out of their bubbles and caused them to share collective captivation. It was an example of public art at its best, and Friday it happens again as 12 programmers (many new to the challenge, with a few repeat offenders) take control of the building’s circuitry for this... More >>>