Mel Chin, "Revival Field"
It's PSU MFA Monday Night Lecture Series season again! Tonight's PMMNLS speaker is Mel Chin, a multi-disciplinary artist from Houston known for work that "requires multi-disciplinary, collaborative teamwork and works that conjoin cross-cultural aesthetics with complex ideas." Examples include Revival Field
, a "green remediation" project that uses plants to remove toxic, heavy metals from the soil.
Artist lecture • 7:30pm • October 11
• Shattuck Hall Annex • Corner of Broadway & Hall Room 198
My bad: If you missed the opening night for this event (October 9), it was probably because this blogger was knee-deep in studying and forgot to post it. Whoops. But you can still catch the installations by such artists as Weird Fiction, Superduck Projectid, Laura Hughes, Hannah Piper Burns, Alison Tarry, and Tori Abernathy.
Filmic installations • October 9 - November 9
Grand Detour @ Hollywood Vintage
• NE 28th & Sandy
Jeanne Faust, screen shot
Cinema Project presents Directing the Off-Screen: Work by Jeanne Faust
. Faust is a German filmmaker and photographer whose work "examines the relationship between word and image - showing how spoken language can both reveal and supplant what lies outside the frame." They'll be screening several of her films today and tomorrow, and Faust will be in attendance to answer questions and speak about her work.
Film screenings • 7:30pm • October 12 + 13
Cinema Project @ Clinton St Theater
• SE 26th & Clinton
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