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Film: "Wavelength"

June 25, 2015
Price Auditorium
Free with museum admission

Wavelength, the landmark avant-garde film by Canadian experimental filmmaker and artist, Michael Snow, will be screened in conjunction with Charles Ray: Sculpture, 1997–2014. As a young artist, Ray was influenced by Wavelength and other Snow films, and by the structural film movement. Snow, called "the dean of structural filmmakers" by film theorist P. Adams Sitney, filmed Wavelength over one week in 1966 and edited it in 1967. The 45-minute film is in the Art Institute of Chicago's collection, and will be shown in 16mm.

Registration is not required for this event. 

For additional upcoming films, please visit the film calendar.