What is the impact of video art in public space in the shaping of our visual cultures? Does the consumption of moving image in public spaces contribute to shape collective identities? Or is it just an alternative stage that helps maximising audiences? To what extend are these questions taken into account on the production processes? This meeting aims to reflect on the context in which video art is displayed and its consequences in its reception. Here the question of video art production is addressed from its reception, exploring the idea of collective subjectivities.