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The Art & Subversion of Ron English

5/13, 930p, Women’s Building Buy Tickets
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Pedro Carvajal
2004, USA, 78 min.
www.popaganda.com

Ron English, master painter, agitpop artist, billboard liberator, culture-jammer and provocateur, bends and twists popular images to his own nefarious ends. English has been tearing around since the early '90s, doctoring ads with his "subvertising," in which he hijacks outdoor ads to incriminate the original company or product (you saw his perverted Ronald McDonald paintings in SUPER SIZE ME). This rambunctious documentary chronicles the evolution of an artist, as well as others of his ilk such as Shepard (OBEY) Fairey and ArtFux, and an alternative universe where nothing is sacred, everything is subverted and there's always room for fun.

 

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Fridge

Brian Perkins, Jason Blalock
2004, USA, 12 min.

Poetry by the people, one refrigerator at a time.