Videos by Robert Blanchon and Discussion with Becca Albee and Mary Ellen Carroll

January 24, 2020
Event Types
Public Program
A white statue rests on the floor in crunch position.

Robert Blanchon, let’s just kiss + say goodbye, film still (1995) Courtesy the artist, The Estate of Robert Blanchon, and NYU Special Collections

In conjunction with List Projects 20: Becca Albee, the List Center will present a screening of three videos by Robert Blanchon selected from the Robert Blanchon Papers and Collection in the Special Collections of New York University (presented courtesy The Estate of Robert Blanchon). The screening will include Robert Blanchon’s let’s just kiss + say goodbye (1995), i can’t live in a world without love (1997) and Loved (undated) and will be immediately followed by a discussion with Mary Ellen Carroll / MEC, studios—Conceptual Artist and Executor of the Robert Blanchon Estate and Becca Albee.

This program is part of the Independent Activities Period (IAP), a special four week term at MIT that runs from the first week of January until the end of the month. As part of IAP, this program is part one of a two part series of video screenings and artist discussion.

If you are part of the MIT Community please email Emily A. Garner at eagarner [at]

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