The Communal Dreamstate
Jennfer Reeves, one of last year’s Wexner Center Residency Award recipients in media arts, is concluding her work at the center this month. While she’s here, the New York–based filmmaker presents an engaging program of handpicked films alongside a few samples of her own work.
The selected films by Bruce Baillie, Su Friedrich, Matthias Mueller, Suzan Pitt, and Joyce Weiland have influenced and inspired Reeves by showing cinema’s unique emotional and intellectual power to create free-association through montage. In this context, Reeves also shows her haunting hand-painted film Fear of Blushing and an excerpt from her acclaimed feature The Time We Killed (2004). (app. 97 mins., 16mm)
Admission$7 students (tickets required)