Reception & Lecture:
October 17, at 5:30 p.m.
The work of filmmaker/animator Brent Green always begins with a story that is crafted word by word until it transcends the language to become part of a unique process of art-making. Green's films evolve from detailed, hand-drawn storyboards, which can take the form of paintings on anything from window frames to cardboard. Often morphing into sculpture, or even song, the narratives solidify until they form the basis for his "DIY folk-punk" animated films. This exhibition showcases the development of this young artist's ideas as he uses all forms of media at his disposal to embody the wonder, urgency, political angst and hope that are at the core of his work. Green's critically acclaimed films have been screened at numerous prestigious venues including The Museum of Modern Art (New York City), The Hammer Museum (Los Angeles), The Walker Art Center (Minneapolis) and The J. Paul Getty Museum (Los Angeles).
Exhibits made possible by the generous support of the William Hollis Visiting Artist Fund.