One-time, site-specific exhibition in the vacant National Bank of Rochester, NY.

14 CRT Televisions were used to display a 10-channel video interpretation of Ray Bradbury's short story, There Will Come Soft Rains. The setting was a closed bank archive room with carpet-lined steel walls. Sampled sound was mixed live during the six unique, 15-minute performances that occurred throughout the evening.

The City is Asleep and Dreaming was the first of "a series of site-specific public art exhibitions envisioned by Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge and Jason Bernagozzi. These events are designed to help develop a public dialogue about the transitioning identity of the city and provoke a re-imagination of what public space is and what it could be."
    - Evelyne Leblanc-Roberge

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with Sam Sadtler and Cait Kenny