ARTLandish: Land Art on Film
Thursday, February 25 | 7 pm | FREE
J. Willard Marriott Library, Gould Auditorium
Documentation, specifically photographic and filmic, was imperative for Land artists working in remote locations in the 1960s and 70s. Even today, film often provides the only means of sharing fleeting performances and ephemeral works in the landscape. This one-night-only screening includes a range of film and video works capturing artist interventions in the landscape over the last forty years.
BEACHED by Lawrence Weiner
1970 | Black and white video with sound | 2:30 min
Digging Piece by Vito Acconci
1970 | Super 8mm film transferred to video | 10 min
Swamp by Nancy Holt and Robert Smithson
1971 | 16 mm film transferred to video in color with sound | 6 min
Sun Tunnels by Nancy Holt
1978 | 16 mm film transferred to video in color with sound | 26:31 min
From An Island Summer by Charles Atlas
1983-84 | 16 mm film transferred to video in color with sound | 13:04 min
Brooklyn Bridge by Joan Jonas
1988 | Video in color with sound | 6:12 min
Paradox of Praxis 1 (Sometimes Making Something Leads to Nothing) by Francis Alÿs
1997 | Video in color with sound | 5 min
Burning House by Carrie Schneider
2012-2013 | HD film with sound | 12 min
This screening is part of the ongoing series ARTLandish: Land Art, Landscape,and the Environment, sponsored by the S. J. and Jessie E. Quinney Foundation and presented in partnership with the University of Utah's College of Fine Arts and J. Willard Marriott Library, and the Salt Lake City Public Library.
Carrie Schneider (American, b. 1979), Burning House, 2012-2013, still.