Generally speaking, there are two camps when it comes to Blow Out, Brian De Palma’s 1981 “tribute” to Michelangelo Antonioni’s 1966 thriller Blowup: Either you think the former is a lovingly crafted homage to the latter, or it’s just a derivative piece of garbage trying to pass itself off as an homage. Credit cross-media artist Christian Marclay, however, for coming up with a third camp: One that thinks the films serve as the perfect complement to each other. Marclay’s Up and Out is a mishmash of both films, featuring the soundtrack of Blow Out (in which audio is the key to solving the crime) spliced together with the images from Blowup (in which visual photography plays the central role). Artprojx.com describes the result as a work that “questions how and why audiences suspend disbelief for the things they hear so much more readily than for the things that they see.” At the very least, Marclay has managed to take one aspect of De Palma’s film and turn it into something that doesn’t completely blow. The film shows at 8 p.m. at the Hirshhorn Museum and Sculpture Garden’s Ring Auditorium, Independence Ave. & 7th St. SW. Free. (202) 633-1000.