Distributed Gallery

Distributed Gallery

Not a gallery in the traditional sense, the Distributed Gallery is a video exhibition project made of televisions and video monitors in various semi-private locations around (but not limited to) Chinatown. At the moment, video monitors are located in Fong's, Via Cafe, Ooga Booga, and The Public School. Each month a new artist, writer, curator, collective, or other cultural practitioner is asked to select one video for each monitor in its given context, the sum of which amounts to an exhibition.

Visit the Distributed Gallery website: http://dg.telic.info