The Source: A Conversation on the Origin and Future of Creativity in the 21st Century

Doug Aitken and Aaron Koblin
Saturday, January 18, 3:00 to 4:30 p.m.
New Frontier Microcinema

To celebrate the U.S. premiere of Doug Aitken's project, The Source (evolving), the artist with Aaron Koblin will discuss the genesis of ideas and the future of creativity in the 21st century. Taking The Source (evolving) as a point of departure, this dialogue will be a lively exploration across the creative disciplines—visual arts, film, music, and architecture.

Open to all credential holders and the general public on a space available basis.

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