A film and video screening, titled “ending”, featuring works by artists Terence Hannum, Irena Knezevic, Michael Morris, and Alexander Stewart will be screened on Nov 25 from 7 to 9 p.m. in the college’s Whitaker Commons. This screening is open to the public.
The screening, “ending”, is programmed in conjunction with the exhibition, “The The The The Hush”, on display in the Hodson Gallery until Nov 23. The short video and 16mm film works presented in this screening range from texture-rich experimental and abstract film to subtitled narrative and appropriation based video. The four pieces in this screening attend to and expand upon the concepts of fear and anxiety in the global post-9/11, recession and climate change-influenced culture, which are also found in the exhibit.
Terence Hannum (Baltimore) has exhibited his work at Western Exhibitions, Chicago; Apex Art, New York; and Schalter, Berlin, among many others. Hannum’s work is also exhibited in “The The The The Hush”. Irena Knezevic (Chicago, IL) is a Visiting Professor at Northwestern University’s Department of Art Theory and Practice and has shown her work widely, including University Galleries, Normal, IL and the upcoming “Performa 14” in New York. Michael Morris (Dallas, TX) has screened his work at The Lab, San Francisco, CA; Dallas Museum of Art; and many others. Morris also curates experimental video for the Angelica Film Center, Dallas, TX. Alexander Stewart’s (Chicago, IL) short films have screened internationally, including the International Film Festival, Rotterdam; the Tribeca Film Festival, New York City; and the touring festival, ImageForum, Japan.
For more information about the screening or exhibit contact Adam Farcus, gallery director, at firstname.lastname@example.org