Q: What do these photographs have in common?
A: They're all the work of Andy Goldsworthy, a Scottish artist who works in and with nature using only his hands, his teeth, and, very rarely, a pocket knife.
Please join Daegu Green Living for its tenth Eco-Film showing: "Rivers and Tides," a 2003 documentary about Goldsworthy's work and the thought behind it.
From the official website:
"Landscape sculptor Andy Goldsworthy is renowned throughout the world for his work in ice, stone, leaves, wood. His own remarkable still photographs are Goldsworthy's way of talking about his often ephemeral works, of fixing them in time. Now with this deeply moving film, shot in four countries and across four seasons, and the first major film he has allowed to be made, the elusive element of time adheres to his sculpture.
Riedelsheimer's film, like Goldsworthy's sculpture, grows into something beyond the simple making of a object. It touches the heart of what Goldsworthy does and who he is, in much the same way that Goldworthy touches the heart of a place when he works in it and leaves his mark on it.In this film, which is Goldworthy's work as much as Riedelsheimer's, 'you see something you never saw before; that was always there but you were blind to.'"
The film will start at 6:00 on Sunday, September 25th, at Buy the Book* and be followed by a group dinner, for those who are interested, at a restaurant somewhere nearby. Or, if you prefer, enjoy a healthy and delicious meal, snack, or drink off of Buy the Book's menu.
Entrance is free and open to everyone. The film doesn't have subtitles, but the language used isn't too confusing, and the Goldsworthy's art is breathtaking, even without extra explanation.
You can find the Facebook event page by looking up the group Daegu Green Living, or by following this link. Feel free to invite friends^^
Hope to see you there!
*Downtown Daegu, Rodeo Street, Mr. Pizza Building, 4th Floor.