High Light/Low Light features new work by MFA students in the John C. Hench Division of Animation & Digital Arts. The installations and videos were created for the Fall 2009 “Contemporary Topics in Animation” class taught by Hench-DADA adjunct faculty Larissa Bank.
The work on display in High Light/Low Light stresses animation as a fertile terrain for experimentation. The screening location and tactics are dependent upon the content. The gallery space and installation genre replaces the traditional theater format for presentation. The intent is to explore alternative ways to make animated films visible, to communicate with a different (art-going) public, and to encourage audience discussion and interaction in ways that the theater model does not foster.
Installations and Screenings, November 14th – November 22nd
Viewable on Saturday nights (openings) and Sundays 1-5pm
Opening Saturday, November 14th, 8-11 PM
Opening Saturday, November 21st, 8-11PM
Sea and Space Explorations
4755 York Blvd
Los Angeles, CA 90042
Gallery is open Sundays 1-5PM, for openings and events and by appointment. Tel.: 323-982-0854. email: firstname.lastname@example.org
DIRECTIONS from Los Angeles: From the 5, take the 2 north. Take the Verdugo Road exit. Left onto Eagle Rock Boulevard. Right onto York Boulevard (major cross street is Armadale Boulevard).