On Father’s Day, artists Paul Pescador and Maura Brewer will re-examine and interpret an iconic father-son drama, The Shining. Pescador and Brewer call their film, which will play on three channels, Dad Dad Dad. One channel reinterprets the relationships between characters, including the alcoholic father and clairvoyant son, and the Steadicam that Stanley Kubrick used to film them in his 1980 film. The second channel uses puppets and Styrofoam props to re-stage scenes from the movie, and the third combines original footage with the artist's handmade doppelgängers, so live action and pupeteering overlap. The installation is up for five hours only.