|Film Description:||Penn Museum hosts a recreation of the 1950s What in the World game show to a very excited (and vocal) studio audience in conjunction with the Philagrafika installation by Pablo Helguera. Objects from the collection are presented to three panelists including Joe Rishel from the Philadelphia Museum of Art, and artists Mark Dion and Pablo Helguera. Penn Museum Director Richard Hodges moderates as the panelists call upon their empirical knowledge of anthropology and art history to figure out what in the world the objects are and who made them. |
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|Tags:||Game shows | University of Pennsylvania Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology|