NEW FORM AT THE FARM: ANISH KAPOOR'S DISMEMBERMENT SITE 1
COORD. PROD. ALBERTA CHU (2010)
When international art sensation Anish Kapoor is approached by New Zealand art patron Alan Gibbs to create a site-specific work for Gibbs Farm, he endeavors to conceive his greatest work yet. The result is an enormous 75-meter long sculpture spanning a hill. The installation of the work requires the engineering of a major bridge. Running time: 30 minutes.
The film's World Premiere took place at the RISD Museum of Art in Providence, Rhode Island on Thursday, January 17th, 2013 along with "Seeing the Landscape: Richard Serra's Tuhurangi Contour" (2003). ASKlabs Jan. 18th blogpost recaps the event. The film also screened at the Peabody Essex Museum on February 2nd, 2013. Many thanks to all who attended!