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Swans and Eunuchs


(Jordan Crandall, 2002)

Swans and Eunuchs


<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>

Thu, Feb 20, 2003 7 PM

A panorama of new video projects touching on everything from America's shopping mall-blighted landscapes to turn-of-century Vienna.

Shashwati Talukdar's Eunuch Alley mixes Bollywood with film noir to tell of an Indian journalist caught spying on a castration ritual.
(2002, 21 mins.)

In Disquiet, K8 Hardy details the mundane aspects of a young woman living in a strip mall--dominated landscape of empty parking lots. (2002, 12 mins.)

Jordan Crandall's Trigger, originally a two-channel gallery installation, combines images of eyes, cameras, weapons, and muscular militiamen in an eroticized combat face-off.
(2002, 17 mins.)

In After Many a Summer Dies the Swan: Hybrid, Wexner Prize winner Yvonne Rainer interweaves footage from a recent dance commission from Mikhail Baryshnikov's White Oak Dance Project with texts and images from turn-of-the-century Vienna.
(2002, 31 mins.)

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