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Published on Jun 14, 2011
From the June 4, 2011 Refinery Part at the Art Gallery of Alberta.
Screen Test: NATASHA SOLES & KATIE KELLY
Some of Warhol's earliest films were called Screen Tests, in which Warhol asked guests at his studio (famous or not) to pose for him. Warhol developed a standard process for his almost 500 different Screen Tests. Subjects stood motionless in front of the camera, creating a sort of "living portrait" that was then projected in slow motion and silent. In Ode to Screen Tests the AGA's Lindsey Bond created an inventory of Refinery guests following Warhol's own formula.