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Features: Dark, International, Spectacle, Visiting Artist, Wheelchair Accessible
Type: Interdisciplinary
International House PhiladelphiaPhiladelphia, PA, United States

Daniel Barrow presents The Thief of Mirrors and Looking for Love in the Hall of Mirrors

Friday, September 14, 2012, 7:00 PM - 8:00 PM
International House Philadelphia, 3701 Chestnut Street, Philadelphia, PA 19104
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The Thief of Mirrors is an experimental moving picture experience utilizing a complex circuit of voice, image making, and projection. Looking for Love In the Hall of Mirrors uses an overhead projector for manual animation and is accompanied by a live monologue and soundtrack.


Arts @ International House supports the mission of International House Philadelphia by curating and presenting film, music, visual arts and other programs from around the world. We seek to present innovative work and feature artists traditionally underrepresented by other venues. We present a unique cross section of performance, media and visual arts and cinema which foster the arts as a powerful means of expression and as an avenue for greater cultural, political and social understanding. It is our mission to communicate these disciplines to everyone who has the curiosity to learn about the world.International House Philadelphia is a multicultural residential center, a source of distinctive programming, and the embodiment of an ideal. Our critical three-fold mission: to maintain a diverse and welcoming community for scholars from around the world, while introducing them to the American experience; to broaden the horizons of its residents and the larger community through high quality international arts and humanities programs and to encourage cooperation and respect among the peoples of all nations.



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