Public Program Film Screening: Paper & Glue

January 20, 2022, 6:00PM

MIT List Visual Arts Center
20 Ames Street, Bldg. E15
Atrium level
Cambridge, Massachusetts 02139

Join the MIT List Visual Arts Center for a screening of Paper & Glue. This documentary follows acclaimed French artist JR as he travels around the world, uniting communities and working to challenge perspectives through his monumental projects. From early illicit graffiti videos captured on Paris rooftops at night, to the US-Mexico border, to the favelas of Rio de Janeiro, to a current collaboration at a California supermax prison, the film follows JR as he turns these communities inside out, turning images of residents into eye-catching and immersive art installations. Paper & Glue follows the Oscar-nominated Faces Places, which was directed by JR along with Agnès Varda.

Free but Registration is required. 

Visiting Protocols

Guests from outside the MIT community are welcome to attend all in-person events. Information for contact tracing will be taken at the door.

We will continue to follow MIT’s COVID protocols. Masks will be required inside the building and social distancing will be encouraged for all programs. Please learn more about MIT’s policies at: now.mit.edu/policies.

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. 

  • Film poster for Paper & Glue (2021), dir. JR

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