Dirt and Perseverance
<br><p>These three programs give a small sampling of some provocative productions completed at the Wexner Center's Art&Technology facility in the past two years.</p></b><p>Art&Technology residency program supported by an in-kind gift from<b>Olentangy Village Apartments.</b></p><p>Selected Art&Technology esidencies presented with the support of the<b>National Endowment for the Arts.</b></p>
Four brand new projects from five up-and-coming video artists: Yvonne Welbon, Matthew Weinstein, Natasha Spencer, Karin Schneider, and Nicolas Guagnini.
Jenny Perlin's Perseverance and How To Develop It uses a 1915 book of the same name to consider historical ideas about depression and self-discipline.
(2002, 14 mins.)
In The Taste of Dirt, Yvonne Welbon presents a parable about a 7-year-old girl's encounter with racism at school.
(2002, 12 mins.)
Shot in New York, Miami, and Columbus, Matthew Weinstein's Ceiling Fan is a dreamlike narrative about sexual identity, using live action and 3-D animation software.
(2002, 18 mins.)
Natasha Spencer's The House She Flew In On drastically reedits The Wizard of Oz, unsettlingly altering its story.
(2002, 3 mins.)
The influential "green" architect Emilio Ambasz is the object of Karin Schneider and Nicolas Guagnini's unconventional inquiry Primary Green.
(2002, 36 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.