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(Vera Brunner-Sung and Valerie Stadler, 2016)
$6 members, students, seniors
$8 general public
Do Ho Suh’s Fallen Star (2012)—a house precariously perched on the roof of the Jacobs School of Engineering at the University of California San Diego—represents both a thrilling creative realization and remarkable feat of architectural design. Brunner-Sung and Stadler’s engaging documentary captures the years of planning, process, and collaboration behind this improbable artwork that has quickly become a visual landmark on the campus, home of the famed Stuart Collection of site-specific art. (50 mins., digital video.
Codirector Brunner-Sung, assistant professor in Ohio State’s Department of Theatre, and renowned artist Do Ho Suh introduce the film and stay for a Q&A after the screening.
Presented in partnership with Ohio State’s Global Mobility Project, a Humanities & Arts Discovery Theme pilot project, and cosponsored by the Department of Art, Knowlton School of Architecture, and Department of Civil, Environmental and Geodetic Engineering.
Do Ho Suh, still image from Fallen Star. Photo: Melanie Wilbur, © Do Ho Suh, courtesy of the artist and Stuart Collection, University of California, San Diego
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