Wexner Center for the Arts

All the Memory in the World

Fri, Oct 4, 2013 7 PM
Array

Memories, mirrors, madness, and even Christopher Nolan’s Memento collide in this experimental video essay that focuses on photographs and photographers in thousands of narrative films. All the Memory in the World is a stream-of-consciousness meditation on cinema, identity, and dreams narrated by an insomniac who obsesses over images. Olenick is studio editor in the center’s Film/Video Studio Program. (72 mins., video)