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Film Lives Here

Film/Video

Deborah Stratman
Deborah Stratman
Image courtesy of the Wexner Center Film/Video Studio
Kevin Jerome Everson
Kevin Jerome Everson
Image courtesy of the Wexner Center Film/Video Studio
Deborah Stratman
Kevin Jerome Everson
Film Lives Here

Presented by Deborah Stratman and Kevin Jerome Everson

Fri, Oct 30, 2015 4:30 PM

While primarily supporting work created in the digital realm, the studio has long been committed to the medium of film, offering the use of our Aaton 16mm camera and 8-plate Steenbeck editor to interested artists. Past Artist Residency Award recipient Deborah Stratman (In Order Not to Be Here, O’er the Land, Hacked Circuit) and Ohio-born filmmaker Kevin Everson (Erie, Chevelle, Century) present a program of works from our archive that were shot in 16mm and discuss the challenges and benefits of working in this format.

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