Media Arts Program
 

Tuesday, March 8, 2011 at 7:00 p.m.

$8 general, $6 students/seniors, $5 members

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ScreenSaver - Works from Open Video Projects

Open Video Projects Italy-based artist/curators Sarra Brill & Vincenzo Mistretta present ScreenSaver, an itinerant art project of the Open Video Projects, including Behind the curtains and back again and Act like Music, two programs of international artists' videos and films selected for their use of reflexivity: as a creative tool, as a protagonist element in video, as a point of departure for the analysis of artistic & cinematographic language. Curated by Sarra Brill, Giovanna Felluga and Lorenzo Benedetti, with works by: Elisabetta Benassi; Johanna Billing; Suzy Cho; Keren Cytter; Ra di Martino; Goldie Chiari; Jesper Just; Ursula Mayer; Olaf Nicolai; Manuel Saiz; Mathew Sawyer; Guido Van Der Werve; Clemens Von Wedemeyer; and Patrick Ward.


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February and March, 2011 - 2011

 
 
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