One Man's Trash

A college football championship win recently brought a swarm of notoriety to the Ohio State name, but there are other badass things happening at that university, outside the athletics department. Roger Beebe is an Associate Professor in Ohio State University’s Art Department and he's found interesting ways to use projectors both in and out of the lecture hall. He's currently on tour presenting many of his well-known projector performances which elucidate the peculiarities of cultural, educational and industrial imagery. His work explores a range of topics: One piece explains why Shaq and other black athletes are famous Irish Americans, another is a poetic scrambling of Genesis (the first book of the Bible, not the Phil Collins band). Head to CentralTrak (800 Exposition Ave.) at 7:30 p.m. Monday to take a look at Recycled Cinema; it includes Beebe's newest endeavor, which sheds light on the forbidden pleasures of male tears. Visit centraltrak.net for more info.
Mon., Jan. 26, 7:30 p.m., 2015
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Lucas Buckels
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