Tuesday, October 5, 2010
The last installment of “Elusive Landscapes“ will unspool at the Vizcaya Museum and Gardens — if you haven’t seen one of these events by Dinorah de Jesus Rodriguez, make sure you hit this one. Thanks to a grant from the 2009 Fan/Knight New Work Award, filmmaker Rodriguez came up with this outdoor space art intervention, where she would film various parks and gardens, and then show these projections directly on the flora and foliage of the spaces themselves (the last episode took place at the Miami Beach Botanical Gardens). At Vizcaya, she will be working with not just the tropical landscape, but also with the sculptures and fountains of one of Florida’s finest gardens. Rodriguez will supply her own homemade insect repellent as well. What a show!
Posted by Kellie Woodward at 3:40 PM