The Source (Evolving)

January 18, 2014

Após estrear na Tate Liverpool ano passado The Source (evolving), uma série de conversas entre o artista Doug Aitken com pioneiros de diversas disciplinas debuta nos EUA em Park City, Utah, no New Frontier do Sundance Film Festival. O programa  apoia e mostra filmes que desafiam estruturas de narrativa na contagem de histórias, encourajando novas experiências visuais.

Durante o Sundance The Source (evolving), uma série de conversas com pioneiros de diversas disciplinas, será apresentado em uma esrutura circular criada em colaboração com um dos entrevistados, o arquiteto David Adjaye. Vídeos da exposição serão projetados nas paredes internas e externas do prédio. Aitken também criou um website para abrigar as entrevistas, realizadas com nomes que até agora incluem William Eggleston, Ryan Trecartin, Richard Phillips, Paolo Soleri, James Murphy, Jack White, Mike Kelley, Devendra Banhart, Beck, Tilda Swinton, Alice Waters, e James Turrell. A exposição vai até dia 24 de Janeiro, mas Aitken planeja continuar atualizando o website com novas entrevistas indefinidamente.

Tradução livre de artigo da revista Interview.

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After premiering at the Tate Liverpool last year The Source (evolving), an ongoing series of  conversations between artist Doug Aitken  and groundbreaking pioneers from different disciplines, makes its U.S. debut in Park City, Utah, in conjunction with Sundance Film Festival‘s New Frontier. The program supports and showcases films that challenge and expand traditional narrative structures in storytelling in favor of entirely new viewer experiences.

Throughout Sundance The Source (evolving), will physically live in a specially-designed, 2000-square-foot standalone circular structure, created in collaboration with one of Aitken’s subjects, the architect David Adjaye. Six-channel video projections of the installation are projected across the walls of the building’s interior; the videos will also be projected onto the outer walls of the structure and visible from its exterior. Aitken has also developed a website to serve as home for the interviews, whose 22 subjects thus far include William Eggleston, Ryan Trecartin, Richard Phillips, Paolo Soleri, James Murphy, Jack White, Mike Kelley, Devendra Banhart, Beck, Tilda Swinton, Alice Waters, and James Turrell. Though the physical exhibition ends next Saturday, Aitken plans to continue to update the website with new conversations indefinitely.

Read the full article at Interview magazine.

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