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Thursday , October 25 , 2012 , 07:00 PM - 08:30 PM

Introduced by Performa Film and Dance Curator Lana Wilson '05 with reception to follow. Commissioned by Performa to create his first performance for the Performa 05 biennial, Danish artist Jesper Just used three-dimensional technology to create "True Love is Yet to Come" (2005), an opera exploring the subject of love through an intriguing all-male cast whose emotional nakedness is underscored by pop music and a noir sensibility. This program will showcase the documentation of the performance of "True Love" alongside Mr. Just's "No Man is an Island" (2002) and "Bliss and Heaven" (2004).

    Location: Film Studies 190 (Powell Family Cinema)
    Admission: FREE!
    Sponsor: Department of Art and Art History, Institute for Curatorial Practice in Performance, Center for the Arts, Center for Film Studies

    Contact: 860-685-3355, boxoffice@wesleyan.edu