Feb 2nd 2012

The Museum of Contemporary Photography will welcome acclaimed filmmaker J.J. Murphy for a screening of his rarely seen, seminal film, “Print Generation,” which raises questions about perception, memory, time and the transmission of information. The film, which duplicates the same one-minute piece of film 50 times, maps the deterioration of each generation from abstract to concrete and back again.

The screening will start at 6 p.m. in the Ferguson Lecture Hall across the hall from the MoCP at 600 S. Michigan Ave. Afterward, Murphy will answer questions from the audience.

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