Karen Aqua's "Taxonomy"
You don't have to go to Pixar Studios for inventive,
eclectic, and visionary animators - many of them can be found right here. Like
Karen Aqua, whose short "Taxonomy" (2011) whimsically reveals the
secrets of metamorphosis among animals, plants, and minerals. Or Ruth
Lingford's "Little Deaths" (2010), which takes an animated excursion into the
mystery of orgasms. They're just two of the many local talents showcased in the
Institute of Contemporary Arts program "New England Animators," at 100 Northern Ave, Boston
| Saturday, May 7-Sunday, May 8 @ 3 pm | $10; $8 students, seniors | 617.478.3100 or icaboston.org.