CHICAGO (WLS) -- Art on theMART, Chicago's eye-popping digital art projection on the Merchandise Mart on the River North, unveiled its Fall 2019 program Saturday night.
The public unveiling and viewing party start at 6:30 p.m. along Wacker Drive between Franklin Street and Wells Street.
The unveiling featured new site-specific commissions by Charles Atlas and Petra Cortright.
The program also features extended viewing of select soliloquies by Year of Chicago Theatre artist John Boesche, including a projected performance by Cheryl Lynn Bruce backgrounded by images of paintings by artist Kerry James Marshall, said a spokesperson for Art on theMART.
Art on the MART is the largest and longest-running digital art projection in the world.