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Callie Angell, Andy Warhol Screen Tests

For fifteen years, Callie Angell has been living with Andy Warhol--at least with all 290 hours of his film work. The adjunct curator of the Andy Warhol Film Project at the Whitney Museum of American Art joins host Michael Rush to talk about her recently completed first volume of Andy Warhol Screen Tests and the previously much-overlooked significance of Warhol's widely influential film and video works. Discussing the photographic elements of his Screen Tests and the "overdeterminedness" of his films and their creative impetus, Angell brings new light to many of the innovative practices behind his work, as well as the collaborative and essentially multimedia approach that he took to art, the egalitarian spirit of his warehouse in many ways embodying this. Angell also discusses the focus of his attraction to fame and celebrity and explains why she considers him to be the opposite of a conceptual artist, speaking to the "radical literalness" of his art (29 minutes).


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Artists in conversation and debate with host Michael Rush, Director of the Eli and Edythe Broad Art Museum at Michigan State University. In addition to his career as a museum director, he is an award winning curator, and widely published author and critic. He was Director of the Rose Art Museum at Brandeis University from 2005-2009, and Director of the Palm Beach Institute of Contemporary Art from 2000-2004.