The Orbit of Minor Satellites
The Orbit of Minor Satellites is an animated feature film comprised of hand-drawn, 2-D animations with painted backgrounds. It tells the story of two different worlds in which characters are interconnected by the most unlikely threads. The first environment is a psychiatrist’s office where a teenage girl is in session with her therapist. The other environment is a cavernous space station on the subarctic desolation of Mimas, one of the moons of Saturn. A core idea in the film is that the pivotal moments of most peoples lives take place in rooms, bedrooms, kitchens and classrooms where conversations, actions and touch shape future events.
Oct 06 – Apr 03, 2016
"The Value of Food," A Multimedia Art Exhibition Includes Fallen Fruit and Mel Chin
Feb 17 – Feb 21, 2016
Faye Driscoll Presents Thank You For Coming at Walker Art Center