This Wednesday, visiting artist Natalie Bookchin will discuss her video and installation work, which focuses on topics ranging from the recent recession to the Trayvon Martin case. Considered a pioneer in her field, Bookchin explores the intersection of cinema, documentary, narrative, social issues and new media, creating large-scale media projects like a recent 18-channel video installation that weaves together multiple stories in which vloggers (video bloggers) recount a series of media scandals involving African American men. Free. 5 p.m. Wednesday, Sept. 19. DAAP Aronoff Center for Design and Art, room 5401, University of Cincinnati, Clifton.