At the age of 15, internationally known video artist Sadie Benning
started using a Fisher Price Pixelvision camera, and the video she made with it, Me and Rubyfruit
, was eventually included in the Whitney Biennial. Often experimental in form, her videos address issues of class, gender and sexuality. You might be familiar with her work from The Judy Spots that aired on MTV. See her Wednesday, Feb. 6 at 7:30 p.m. in the Hanes Art Center auditorium, Room 121, at UNC-Chapel Hill, when she presents a video screening and discussion of her new work. Call 962-2015 for details.