Your Library, My Library: An Interactive Installation by George Berlin is a 20-foot-long interactive photomosaic sculpture collaboratively created by you. See the exhibit on the 3rd floor of Harold Washington Library Center through March 19.
"A picture’s worth a thousand words," and lots of words can be found at Chicago Public Library…so can ideas, creativity, discovery, exploration, fun, job searching, learning, reading and surfing, every day at our 80 locations.
So what does your Chicago Public Library mean to you?
Add your photos to this installation: Email them to OurChicagoLibrary@gmail.com. Photos appear in real time with hundreds of others in the exhibit.
Creative genius George Berlin has spent his life designing and creating amazing things—such as large-scale interactive projection sculptures, touch-reactive paintings and children’s books. He's also animated an award-winning series of children’s educational videos, made tons of fun art, created huge installations for street parties and much more.
Photos used in this installation will be deleted from all machines at its completion, along with any web-based transmission or temporary storage means, as well as the email account used to collect them.