Matthew Barney’s new film, Redoubt, invokes the myth of Diana, goddess of the hunt, in the winter landscape of central Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountains. The 134-minute film invites contemplation of the relationship between humans and the natural world and also the artistic process. This screening of Redoubt is an exceptional opportunity to view the film in the central Idaho context in which it was created, and to hear directly from Barney about the film and its themes.
Immediately after the screening, Barney will have an on-stage conversation with Pam Franks, the class of 1956 Director of the Williams College Museum of Art, who curated the exhibit. The film is the central piece of his current major exhibition which premiered at the Yale University Art Gallery, and it travels next to Beijing and the Ullens Center for Contemporary Art.
Admission is FREE but advance reservations are requested through The Community Library HERE.