This book focuses on the simultaneity of screen-relations in the contemporary art gallery and the toolbox we possess as a screen-bred culture that imparts understanding of such a site. The moving image appears, not only within many art exhibitions on its own, but also in iterations of multiple screens presented at once in the same space. These exhibitions are presented to the art public in galleries and online. The author is interested in what happens for the audience when many screens are presented within a singular architecture - an enclosed, embodied space. Visual literacy that "users" of the gallery utilize is culled from portable computer devices, web browser interfaces, cinema and television viewing regimes, and on and on. The gallery hosts a special convergence of the interweaving of these languages.