In early September 2001, filmmaker Wolfgang Staehle set up unmanned webcams across Brooklyn with the idea of depicting the "predictable normalcy" of everyday life.

He had no idea what footage those webcams would end up capturing.

Thanks to support from the 9/11 Memorial Museum Presenting Sustainer Cantor Fitzgerald Fund, Monmouth University will present a day-long screening of the film "2001", from 7a-7p at the school's Pollak Theatre. The school will show excerpts of Staehle’s video work in real time throughout the day, and viewers are invited to stay for as much or as little of the footage as they would like.

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