In 2013 Chicago based artists Eric Fleischauer, Jason Lazarus and Curatorial Assistant Theodore Darst released twohundredfiftysixcolors, a 97 minute silent feature made entirely with animated GIFs. It’s everything you can imagine: rotating time icons, explosions, flying horses and just about anything else. I discussed the movie at length last year, but given that I’m in Chicago for the EXPO art fair, it seemed only appropriate to repost an excerpt for the occasion. There’s at least one sequence of people running in this except, which couldn’t feel more appropriate for an art fair.
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