A post on Wooster Collective recently provides some advice to budding projectionists. According to a lawyer that wrote to the WC, projecting works on to private buildings isn't a criminal offense, but it probably would constitute a nuisance, which would give the authorities grounds to take down the projection and confiscate the equipment.

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