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~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~~ Rivers and Tides ~~

Discussion in 'Channel Zero' started by -Rage-, Oct 31, 2003.

  1. -Rage-

    -Rage- 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Apr 12, 2001 Messages: 11,276 Likes Received: 71
    Wow. Fucking wow.

    On a whim I screened this film last night and I am soooo glad I did. Andy Goldsworthy is a genius.
    This film is chock-full of inspirational sculptures and artowrk made by Goldsworthy from the surrounding environment.
    He uses every kind of medium from ice, drift wood, shale, clay, flowers, and even sheep wool.

    See this if it's in your town. If not, it will be on DVD and VHS sometime in 2004.

    Seriously, this is an amazing film.


    Rivers And Tides

    [url=http://www.roxie.com/Riversdate.html]In theaters[/url]

    [i]"Rivers and Tides: Working With Time is an extraordinary journey into the world and mind of Scottish sculptor Andy Goldsworthy.
    A land-artist who uses materials from nature to make site-specific works, Goldsworthy allows the elements to have the last say
    in his beautiful creations, as his ingenious patterns of wood, leaves, stone and ice move and erode over time. German filmmaker
    Thomas Riedelsheimer followed the artist for over a year in several outdoor locations, intimately documenting his improvisational
    process and capturing the serene spectacle of his works and their delicate changes.

    Although Goldsworthy's private and often ephemeral pieces have been documented extensively in still photographs,
    this remarkable movie uses the artist's own voice to guide us through his process and help us
    [b]"…see something you never saw before, that was always there but you were blind to it."[/b] Winner of the San Francisco
    Film Critics Circle, Rivers and Tides is a sensual and poetic masterpiece."[/i]

    [url=http://www.roxie.com/rivers.html]Official Site[/url]


  2. yoink

    yoink Elite Member

    Joined: May 27, 2002 Messages: 3,428 Likes Received: 0
    Yeah nice news...I actually had to do a small project like two years ago kinda based on this guy, we just went out to "nature" and hat to make a sculpture/piece...pretty interesting once you get out there and just work on what you have. It was pretty cool the only documentation was photos, since we made them and just left them there for people to notice if they did, and let the elements have at 'em.
  3. Hot shit,

    Dont fuck wit nature1

  4. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

    looks bangslacksz.

    i have an old art in america with him in it, some
    of the pictures/pieces/nature are pretty sweet.
  5. BROWNer

    BROWNer Guest

  6. Busted and humiliated in public.
  7. -Rage-

    -Rage- 12oz Loyalist

    Joined: Apr 12, 2001 Messages: 11,276 Likes Received: 71