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iotaSalon | May 2010



image from 'Giant Steps' (2001)
Michal Levy




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Our fourth salon for the 2010 year will be Thursday, May 6th, again at the Broad Art Center on campus, first floor at the EDA screening space.

The theme for our next iotaSalon is THE CITY. We will be investigating the way urban environments are depicted in abstract and experimental works. How does construction influence image creation? How does the urban environment surrounding an artist inform or invade their work? How does the process of abstraction change our view of the city? How have architectural tools and thinking affected abstract and experimental moving images?
Sausage City
Adam Beckett


Commuter
Mike Patterson


Giant Steps
Michal Levy


Communicate
Erick Oh


Currently, the schedule includes

Screening on 16mm as part of the historic film segment:
Diagram Film (1978) - Paul Glabicki
Commuter (1981) - Mike Patterson
Sausage City (1974) - Adam Beckett

Screening on video for the contemporary segment:
Giant Steps (2001) - Michal Levy
Communicate (2009) - Erick Oh
Berlin Skin (2007) - Kim Collmer

More films will be added to this list, to be announced!





When: Thursday May 6th, 2010, 7:30pm - 9:30pm
Where: UCLA Design | Media Art Department, 1st Floor Broad Art Center (EDA), Westwood, CA
Map and Directions

Parking on campus: You may park in campus Lot #3, on the northeast side of campus. Entrances are off of Hilgard, just south of Sunset Blvd. The Broad Art Center is across the street from the lot on the southeast corner. The fee is $10. Click here for directions and a map.


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