Past Event
Visual and Dramatic Arts
Saturday, February 16
6:30pm
Two Films by Morgan Fisher

About the Event

Two Films by Morgan Fisher

 

Rice’s Visual and Dramatic Arts department will screen two films by the Los Angeles visual artist and experimental filmmaker Morgan Fisher at 6:30pm on Saturday, February 16th. Following the screening, Rice art professors Lisa Lapinski and John Sparagana will be in conversation with Bruce Hainley, co-curator of Morgan Fisher / Passing Time, a survey exhibition of Fisher’s work at REDCAT in Los Angeles. 

“Standard Gauge is a work of great ambition and incredible richness … it is a major work of avant-garde cinema, and deserves a place in that canon alongside classics such as Frampton’s Zorn’s Lemma and Snow’s Wavelength.  Anyone interested in the art of film should go see it.” 

Alan Williams, Film Quarterly

 

Program:
The Director and His Actor Look at Footage Showing Preparation for an Unmade Film (1968).
16mm film, color sound, 15 min.

Standarg Gauge (1984).
16mm film, color, sound, 35 min.

Directions & Parking

Entrance #8 via University Blvd & Stockton Drive

Nearest visitor parking lots:
Moody Lot (previously known as Hess Lot)

Location

Rice Media Center
Rice Cinema, room #100