Harvard Film Archive, 24 Quincy Street, Cambridge, MA 02138
For eleven years (1968-79), the renowned American sculptor and artist Richard Serra (b. 1938) felt out the unchartered phenomenological boundaries of film, pushing it to exciting heights in line with the watershed period in cinema history out of which his film and video work sprung. The first evening of this program features an introduction by HAA Professor and renowned art historian Benjamin Buchloch. Tickets required. For ticket, schedule, and additional information, click here.