RoCo's new screening room features ongoing video art series

Rochester Contemporary Art Center recently redesigned the back area of the center, removing the circular chamber that dominated the back corner of the gallery and replacing it with a narrow, rectangular room that's been fashioned into a comfortable space for viewing media art. RoCo's executive director Bleu Cease says he envisions the space as a place to host "an occasional series of partnering with curators around the Great Lakes, specifically bringing programming of video art here."
Currently on view in the new space is "Scenes of Place: Milwaukee," a program of four short films curated by Milwaukee-based filmmaker and teacher Ben Balcom. He's also a co-founder and programmer of Microlights Cinema, a Milwaukee-based art space that has hosted dozens of contemporary film and video artists from around the world since 2013.
by Rebecca Rafferty
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