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Jill (Lilli Carré, 2016). Image courtesy of the artist.
Jill (Lilli Carré, 2016). Image courtesy of the artist.
Tap Water (Lilli Carré, 2017). Image courtesy of the artist.
Tap Water (Lilli Carré, 2017). Image courtesy of the artist.
Crux Film (Lilli Carré and Alexander Stewart, 2013). Image courtesy of the artist.
Here There (Alexander Stewart, 2015). Image courtesy of the artist.
Void Vision (Alexander Stewart, 2017). Image courtesy of the artist.
Experimental Animation

Lilli Carré & Alexander Stewart  IN PERSON

Thu, Sep 28, 2017 4:30 PM

Acclaimed artist/animators Lilli Carré and Alexander Stewart present a program of their short experimental animations, created both individually and as a team, including Crux Film (2013), Here There (2015), Jill (2016), and Tap Water (2017). Carré and Stewart are cofounders of the Eyeworks Festival of Experimental Animation, and their films have screened around the world at such venues as the Ottawa International Animation Festival, Sundance Film Festival, Ann Arbor Film Festival, and Rotterdam International Film Festival. Carré was also the Columbus Museum of Arts’ 2014 Graphic Novelist Resident. (Program approx. 90 mins., film & video)

Participating organizations in this year’s Cartoon Crossroads Columbus include Ohio State’s Billy Ireland Cartoon Library & Museum, Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus Museum of Art, and Columbus Metropolitan Library.


Lilli Carré
Birds (2015, 2:58 mins., video)
Tap Water (2017, 4:32 mins., video)
Jill (2016, 6:49 mins., video)
Hand Catching Banana (2016, 1:54 mins., video)
The Negotiation (2013, 6:08 mins., video)

Lilli Carré and Alexander Stewart 
Crux Film (2013, 5:08 mins., video)

Alexander Stewart
Errata (2005, 5:15 mins., 16mm) 
Here There (2015, 4:40 mins., video)
100 Foot Pull (2010, 2:30 mins., 16mm)
What I Want (2013, 6:26 mins., video)
Alexander Stewart and Peter Miller, Very Similar To (2009, 2:30 mins., 16mm) 
Void Vision (preview of work in progress, 8:30 mins.)
Peacock (2014, 5 mins., video)

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