Earlier this month, the dances of "Interiors" were performed in a small house on Wilber Avenue. Visitors were given a tour of the house, where dancers were performing in all of the rooms. Video cameras recorded the show.

Earlier this month, the dances of "Interiors" were performed in a small house on Wilber Avenue. Visitors were given a tour of the house, where dancers were performing in all of the rooms. Video cameras recorded the show.

The house belongs to OSU dance students Meredith Hurst and Joanna Reed. "Interiors" is their BFA Distinction Project.

Saturday the film version of the project premieres, followed by a Q&A with the artists who worked on it (the videographer, the set designer, etc.).

"Interiors" indulges and inspects themes that linger in the cracks of every house - voyeurism, memory, broken vs. fulfilled dreams, domestication.

Home, they find, is where the art is.

Matthew Mascaro photo