The People of IU exhibition
200 years Indiana University
A man stands. The screen flashes back and forth between him facing the camera and him turned sideways touching his head.
A different man faces the camera. He touches his nose and spits water out of his mouth.
A man untangles film. A man conducts a musical group with headphones on. A man, woman, and dog sit together and smile and laugh.
A man faces the camera and touches his chin. Another man sits and looks at the camera. A performer acts on stage with a sword and shield. A female police officer sits at a computer. A woman looks at the camera. A woman stands next to a telescope. A woman looks at a camera. A woman drinks coffee. A man sits looking at the camera. Quick flashes of people and animals are shown.
The People of IU Moving Image Portraits and the Public Screen
The IU Bicentennial project “The People of IU: Moving Image Portraits and the Public Screen” is a collection of 200 moving image portraits of IU faculty, staff, alumni and students created and curated by the fall 2019 Production as Criticism class.
This event will be a screen installation of the moving image portraits. There will be an opening reception at 4 p.m. with food, drinks and opening remarks.