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 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) was a great success. ASKlabs Jan. 18th blogpost recaps the event.
We are extremely pleased to announce that our film will open the new Peabody Essex Museum exhibition Midnight to the Boom: Painting in India After Independence on February 2nd, 2013. There will be two screenings: 11am and 2:30pm.