Salli LoveLarkin | In Motion

Salli LoveLarkin (1937- 1999), was an artist, arts advocate, and arts innovator, most notably in Cincinnati, OH. Tapping into various mediums, Salli expressed herself as a visual artist, performer, costume designer, and theater director. Among her many accomplishments, Salli received the prestigious Ohio Governor’s Award for the Arts. Here we see excerpts of some of Salli's performances, including a silent film created by LoveLarkin set into a theatrical production about the Irish iconoclast Maude Gonne. Provided courtesy of the Weston Art Gallery, OH.

embed Salli LoveLarkin | Maud Gonne | 16mm 1987
embed Salli LoveLarkin | Event for Paper Environment | Excerpt I Year Unknown
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embed Salli LoveLarkin | The Instruments May Be Shown | Excerpt I 1990
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