Andy Goldsworthy's art is supposed to fall apart. He creates large-scale outdoor sculptures and artworks out of natural materials like mud, wood, ice and stone in an attempt to imbue the physical world with a spiritual, ephemeral element. In the film, director Thomas Riedelsheimer follows Goldsworthy as he constructs his art everywhere from upstate New York to his home village in Scotland, and questions the solitary artist about his inspirations, frustrations and artistic goals.
Our host this evening will be local artist and collector, Ginny Speed. Ginny will lead a discussion following the film screening.
Learn more about Andy Goldsworthy.
Synopsis courtesy of wikipedia.org.
Special thanks to our Presenting Sponsor:
Tom and Sarah Post
Diversified Portfolios, Inc.
And to our Friend of the Series:
Buday + Kruzel Architects PLLC