WHAT: Artist Andy Goldsworthy is famous for his use of found objects and the natural environment when constructing his temporary installations. Director Thomas Riedelsheimer followed Goldsworty for a year, capturing the world through his eyes. The film is a meditative experience as we come to understand how Goldsworty sees the potential for beauty everywhere. He has a deep connection to the environment and he wants you to feel it too. We also feel his pain when a day of painstaking construction on an icicle sculpture falls apart or a day of stacking rocks feels like a waste. The other star of this film is the natural environment; beautifully shot scenes and the perfect score by Fred Frith turn a stream running through a prairie into compelling cinema.
FORMAT: 35mm film
RUNTIME: 90 minutes
WHEN: Friday Feb 19 and Saturday Feb 20, 7 p.m. and 9:30 p.m.
Sunday Feb 21, 3 p.m.
WHERE: 5th Ave Cinema, 510 SW Hall St. @ PSU
ADMISSION: FREE for PSU Students, Faculty and Staff with ID; $2 for
Other Students, Seniors and Children; $3 General Admission