An Afternoon Of New Media Art In San Francisco

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Please join NYC’s bitforms gallery, NIIO and Philips in a discussion about curating, collecting and distributing media art for the screen.

Screen-based art can have a dramatic effect in your home or corporate setting. Join us and enjoy a special 15th anniversary exhibition by bitforms featuring some of the world’s top new media artists while learning more about:

Where to discover and purchase media art?
How to manage, distribute and display media art?
The best screens for displaying media art in any home, office or public space?

Thursday, November 10
Minnesota Street Project
Gallery 200 (2nd floor)
1275 Minnesota Street
San Francisco, CA 94107

3pm – 5pm,
Are you a designer, architect, creative or simply interested in learning more about displaying new media art? Join us. Limited space.
RSVP: [email protected]

Jonathan Monaghan
Scroll, 2016
From the series Gotham
Computer animated film (color, silent), screen
Dimensions variable, portrait orientation
7 min, seamless loop
Edition of 3

About NIIO
Niio is the first comprehensive platform for the distribution and display of moving images and new digital art forms including 4K film, AR and VR. Niio is comprised of a cloud platform with professional tools, an ArtPlayer and Remote Control App. It is the first solution dedicated to the digital medium supporting the entire lifecycle of a digitally created work including storage and long term preservation, transfers, previews, loans and change of ownership and the professional playback of multi-format and multi-channel works on any type of screen or projector. To request an account, visit

About bitforms gallery
Founded in 2001, New York-based bitforms gallery represents established, mid-career, and emerging artists critically engaged with new technologies. Spanning the rich history of media art through its current developments, the gallery’s program offers an incisive perspective on the fields of digital, internet, time-based, and new media art forms. bitforms is celebrating its fifteenth year with an anniversary exhibition at Minnesota Street Project. The curated presentation of works includes currently represented artists as well as those who have shaped the gallery’s identity over the years, demonstrating the program’s continued engagement with technologically informed practices. For more information please contact [email protected].

About Philips Signage Solutions
Philips Signage Solutions is operated by EPI, a subsidiary of TPV established in 2009 through a brand license agreement with Philips. EPI exclusively market and sell Philips commercial displays and Philips monitors worldwide. By combining the Philips brand promise with TPV’s manufacturing expertise in displays, EPI uses a fast and focused approach to bringing innovative products to market. EPI operate with its North American headquarters in Fremont, California. For more information email [email protected].

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