Professor DeYoung Screens Work in the Supernova Festival

Posted on September 3, 2020

Professor Johannes DeYoung presents work in the Supernova Digital Animation Festival, an exhibition and celebration of digital animation and motion-art in Denver, Colorado, September 3-20. World on Fire is an apt theme for 2020 Supernova, supporting the need for a much greater collective consciousness across all critical paths and intersections with humanity. The festival takes place through a fully developed online platform, as well as the unique public infrastructure of LED screens located in the heart of Denver, Colorado.

Supernova kicks off on September 3 with the debut of Night Lights Denver commissioned artworks and continues throughout the month with a wide array of programs and opportunities for both the local and global community. Supernova makes use of Denver’s unique outdoor LED displays, featuring multiple screens located within a six block radius within the core of the Denver Theatre District. Located in the heart of the public theatre district, public displays present a limited view of the very best of Supernova’s full 2020 programs, running in their respective categories, with sound, throughout the month of September, each day between 12–9:30 PM. The festival invites a global public to engage with the full programs at their leisure through, the festival’s custom app and streaming service.

Festival website