Five Years of Film
       
     
 Exhibition Design, Curation & Installation by Prescott Trudeau, in collaboration with CMA Media Lab Creative Director Joe Vena
       
     
 This exhibition showcased puppets, props, and sets created by children in CMA's Media Lab classes. Long horizontal display cases ran throughout the gallery, each displaying unique and evocative scenes from ten fantastic films. 
       
     
 The display proceeded chronologically, with early films markedly more basic, but advancing slowly and surely over the years, until the art becomes so elaborate and advanced that it can't help but spill out of the display cases onto the wall and culminating in a giant volcano from the final film, Dr. Todd and the Pizza God.
       
     
Five Years of Film
       
     
Five Years of Film

Mar 3 - Jun 6, 2010

Children's Museum of the Arts, NYC

 Exhibition Design, Curation & Installation by Prescott Trudeau, in collaboration with CMA Media Lab Creative Director Joe Vena
       
     

Exhibition Design, Curation & Installation by Prescott Trudeau, in collaboration with CMA Media Lab Creative Director Joe Vena

 This exhibition showcased puppets, props, and sets created by children in CMA's Media Lab classes. Long horizontal display cases ran throughout the gallery, each displaying unique and evocative scenes from ten fantastic films. 
       
     

This exhibition showcased puppets, props, and sets created by children in CMA's Media Lab classes. Long horizontal display cases ran throughout the gallery, each displaying unique and evocative scenes from ten fantastic films. 

 The display proceeded chronologically, with early films markedly more basic, but advancing slowly and surely over the years, until the art becomes so elaborate and advanced that it can't help but spill out of the display cases onto the wall and culminating in a giant volcano from the final film, Dr. Todd and the Pizza God.
       
     

The display proceeded chronologically, with early films markedly more basic, but advancing slowly and surely over the years, until the art becomes so elaborate and advanced that it can't help but spill out of the display cases onto the wall and culminating in a giant volcano from the final film, Dr. Todd and the Pizza God.