1. Sadie Benning on Locating Centers


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    Sadie Benning’s recent foray into abstract painting is represented here by the new work Locating Centers. Based on drawings the artist made on the iPhone, blown up in scale, hand-cut, and painted, the 40 paintings meditate on the relationships between analogue and digital processes. Benning described the series as being inspired by the International itself: “I was thinking about being in this international group show, being in Pittsburgh, and how there is no center to such a show—that there is a multiplicity of centers that interlock and overlap. So I was thinking of that in a conceptual way, about the body, and trying to find a middle, and also how that relates to narrative—a beginning, a middle, and an end, as well as a transitional connection between sequences.” These themes of inside and outside, and the body as a metaphor, are explored across four separate sequences that comprise one whole.

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    • Films All Teenagers Should See


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      Subscribe to our channel! And follow us on the web: Filmversusfilm.tumblr.com www.youtube.com/filmversusfilm www.vimeo.com/filmversusfilm www.facebook.com/filmversusfilm on Twitter @filmversusfilm The Film Versus Film crew tackles the question, "What films should every teenager see?" Dave suggests works from Sadie Benning and Su Friedrich. Matt suggests, Rushmore and Deep End with Jane Asher. Chris and Dustin both agree John Hughes films such as The Breakfast Club are a must-see.

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      • What I Learned in Art School (1st semester)


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        Parody of Art and Artist (fyi I'm a mix between a Black on Black Hipster and a Neon Hipster) (c) katherine grace 2009

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        • Private School Episode 3


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          Episode 3. This series follows two baby dolls as they try to help people explore their gender and sexuality. Mocking childrens stories, this adult comedy features animated photographs and green screen video, in a built 3d environment of found images.

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          • Silent Movies


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            A short film about a writer who realizes that the words around him mean nothing without understanding the world around him. All shot on a Canon E0S Rebel T3. Music by Peter and the Wolf. Starring Ray Jackson. Directed by Bryan Kalbrosky.

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