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MOCA Director Philippe Vergne, USC’s Suzanne Hudson, and artist Mary Weatherford discuss the work of Mark Rothko. Rothko’s paintings strive to express complex human emotions through vast color fields vibrating against one another. The works are physically bound by the edges of the canvas, but their impact lays in the experience of viewing.

Director: Alexa Karolinski
Cinematography: Ryan Carmody, Caleb Heller
Editor: Grace Kline
Music: Ben Sterling
Color Grade: Nick Sander, The Mill
Sound Mix: Owen Granich-Young

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