Instance No. 3: Michel Auder + Michael Stickrod present May ’68 in ’78
Sunday, Nov. 10 | 12–6 p.m.
Beeler Gallery is ALWAYS FREE and open to the public. Free parking available.
The collaborative project Staples and Rubber Bands (1969-2019) of Ohio-based artist Michael Stickrod and New York-based French artist Michel Auder include sculptural installations by Stickrod that set the scene in the gallery for the viewers of Auder’s video works, including May ’68 in ’78, a newly–edited and newly subtitled video of never-before-seen interviews on the reverberation of the student movement in France in 1968, shot 10 years after.
This is part of Downtown Art Sunday, which brings together downtown art spaces for a day of art with special programming. Participants include Beeler Gallery at Columbus College of Art & Design, Columbus Museum of Art, Cultural Arts Center, Hawk Galleries, OSU Urban Art Space, OAC Riffe Gallery and Contemporary Art Matters. Itinerary and programming begins at Beeler Gallery at noon.
For more details on this year’s programming, please visit Downtown Art Sunday website.