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As public arts festival 5×5 kicks off its second outing in DC, a New York antecedent of sorts has been announced uptown: “Hyperplace Harlem,” founded by artists Tali Hinkis and Kyle Lapidus (AKA, LoVid) will take place on October 4 through 6. The concept for the festival was inspired by LoVid’s prior work, “iParade,” a series of apps that interact with specific locations.

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An arts festival emerges this weekend in Hamilton Heights that considers neighborhood and technology from a new angle. Hyperplace Harlem is a three-day affair with multi-site art activities featuring over 40 contributors exhibiting artworks, speaking on panels, and leading workshops.

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