via the Wexner blog
Stephen and Timothy Quay (Regis Dialogue honorees in 1996) are known for the incredibly inventive, other-worldly, films that meld objects and people from real life with the stuff of nightmares and fantasy. Over their careers, they developed an unmistakable aesthetic that somehow manages to inspire, confound, and often disturb their viewers. Parsons in New York is going to be offering a rare glimpse into the reality behind the Quay’s fantasies. In an exhibition opening on July 16, Parsons will display eleven of the Quay’s miniature sets along with flim clips. I certainly wish I could catch it.