Open Ended

Opens March 3 · UT Downtown Gallery

“The materiality of life, light, gesture, and decay.”

Open Ended is an installed exhibition of films on display at UT’s Downtown Gallery, March 3-31, 2017, in conjunction with Big Ears Festival, March 23-26, 2017.

Kevin Jerome Everson is a Professor of Art at the University of Virginia and a recipient of the Alpert Award in Film/Video as well as numerous grants, commissions, and fellowships. His work has screened at major American and international film festivals and been exhibited at museums, galleries and art biennials, including, most recently, selection in the 2017 Whitney Biennial. A retrospective at the Tate Modern, London is planned for fall 2017.

 

Century (2012)

Century (2012)

A General Motors’ automobile, a Buick Century, meeting its fate.
Runtime: 6:40

 

Ninety Three (2008)

Ninety Three (2008)

A wonderful age to celebrate.
Runtime: 3:00

 

Rough and Unequal: Oceanis Procellarum (2017)

Rough and Unequal: Oceanis Procellarum (2017)

A single channel film about the beautiful lunar surface.
Runtime: 21:13

 

Workers Leaving the Job Site (2013)

Workers Leaving the Job Site (2013)

Another take on the Lumiere Brothers’ classic 1895 film.
Runtime: 6:30