"The crowning achievement of North America's greatest living experimental filmmaker. It's a kind of playful and comic encyclopedia of all things digital video can do. The best film of 2002!
--Jonathan Rosenbaum, Chicago Reader
"Its joyous, imaginative air, its effortless attention to all that is wonderful and horrible and comical about modern technology . . . makes you want to jump up and shout for joy."--Variety
Avant-garde master Michael Snow has received unprecedented mainstream praise for Corpus Callosum (92 mins.), a feature-length video that melds live action with digital animation to stunningly unprecedented and amusing effect.
The title refers to the region in the brain once thought to be where a human's soul resides, and the film itself explores realms well beyond the purely physical.
Set in a suite of offices where shape-mutating workers interact, the film's "wanton slipperiness and its amiable jerking and reshaping of physical time and space" make for a remarkably entertaining introduction to "video as art" (New York Times). (92 mins.)
Admission$5 students (tickets required)
Support for the 2002-03 film/video season provided by the Rohauer Collection Foundation and the Corporate Annual Fund of the Wexner Center Foundation.
International films, documentaries, and visiting filmmaker presentations presented with support from the Ohio Arts Council.