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Jerome Hiler in Conversation with
P. Adams Sitney

SUN, Mar 18, 2012
4 pm

Second Floor

Jerome Hiler’s 16mm films are filled with vivid color and complex superimpositions, transforming the way we look at familiar objects. Today, he discusses his latest work, Words of Mercury, with P. Adams Sitney, author of Visionary Film and one of the world’s most distinguished authorities on experimental cinema, after a screening of the film.

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