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Pop-up exhibit to capture ‘The People of IU’ this week

<p>A moving image portrait appears Saturday at &quot;The People of IU – Moving Image Portraits and the Public Screen&quot; exhibit at the Cook Center Grand Hall. The exhibit will feature the 16-millimeter film work of students in the Production of Criticism course this spring. </p>

A moving image portrait appears Saturday at "The People of IU – Moving Image Portraits and the Public Screen" exhibit at the Cook Center Grand Hall. The exhibit will feature the 16-millimeter film work of students in the Production of Criticism course this spring.

A pop-up exhibit, “The People of IU – Moving Image Portraits and the Public Screen,” will be open from 7-9 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 5-9 p.m. Friday at the Cook Center Grand Hall. The exhibit is a creative and curated project featuring many different members of the Indiana University community captured on motion picture film. 

The idea of the project’s “moving image portrait” is derived from Andy Warhol’s “screen tests” — black and white, slow-motion films he made of fellow artists, friends and personalities in the 60s — a release said. 

Conceived, directed and produced by Media School faculty members Susanne Schwibs and Stephanie DeBoar, the motion pictures were created by students in their P335 Production as Criticism course. 

The projections were produced in collaboration with Scott Birch and Chris Eller of the University Information Technology Service’s Advanced Visualization Lab.

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