Monthly Archives: May 2010

Ivory Tower: Judgment Day with Michael Bay

May 24, 2010
Ivory Tower: Judgment Day with Michael Bay

When most of us think of watching television, we probably navigate to Hulu before the websites of our own college-produced television shows. While operating with limited resources, a non-professional staff, and a Harvard-imposed lack of free time, creating college television shows with high quality episodes released on a regular basis may sound like a tall order. That said,...

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Invisible Cities

May 1, 2010

“Memory’s images, once they are fixed in words, are erased.” Italo Calvino’s poetic prose, framed in crisp vinyl lettering, sends viewers on their way through the exhibition space. Moving down the corridor, they are met with a montage of mixed media, images, objects, text, and aesthetic. A deliberate composition of the works contributes to...

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Spotlight: Stephanie Spray

May 1, 2010

“I truly fell in love with Nepal and wanted to figure out how to make that a part of my life.” – Stephanie Spray Tuesday afternoon I found myself in a cramped, grey editing studio on the fourth floor of Sever, talking with Stephanie Spray about language, video, and Nepal. The Teaching Fellow for...

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“An Ordinary Man”: Nothing Short of Extra

May 1, 2010

We are in a dimly lit room. Corseted strippers beckon seductively, while two men stand, totally still, in front of us. Others mutter, yell, and run around, glaring at us suspiciously or seething in blind rage, as bizarre video is projected onto a screen. But we’re not in some terrifying themed strip club. Rather,...

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