Some creatures only come out at night. One of them is the digital project The Monitor Gallery, in a corner window of a bookstore on Town Hall Square. At a time when all TVs must be flat and PCs portable, a lot of functioning equipment is discarded, and it is from this the wall of monitors are build. The digital gallery can only be viewed from the street side, and only after dark, when it comes alive with images from Copenhagen. The latest opening was wednesday on a rainy night, and even if I got there late, the show was still up and running. It may not be the kind of thing you camp out in front of, but just the fact that it is there takes Copenhagen nights to another level.
On my way home I caught the Young People Sitting, in some night time action of their own. I did my best to capture them in the (g)rain, it was dark but the message was clear: give hugs, loosen up, laugh out loud, smile to others and play more. I'm on it.