Each and Every One of You: The Weirdness Installation
1996, 32:00 minutes, colour, English
In the fifties, celebrity art instructor Jon Gnagy taught thousands of pioneer NBC TV viewers to draw hokey landscapes. But hey, it's the groovy nineties! Andy Jenny is proving that today each and every one of you can make contemporary installation art.
Forget those passé sunsets...After you spend a half hour with host Andy Jenny, art will never be the same. He'll show you, step-by-step, how to make your own home versions of the most "challenging" and "advanced" art form of our age: the installation. It's that easy!
Each episode is a fresh adventure in art and ideas. This episode features the Weirdness Installation: a madcap creation involving a dirty old stuffed dog, the wonton scattering of lint and much more!
But that's not all. Each & Every One of You also features a kooky cast of community friends. Anne Marie is there with Viewer Letter. She also visits the Rejected Artist. As always, the Critic Critter drops by to interpret Andy's latest creation.
So come visit this strange studio for an entertaining, critical and informative evening with television's rising star, Andy Jenny. And remember, each & every one of you can make contemporary installation art!
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