Troublemakers: the Story of Land Art


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Troublemakers: the Story of Land Art

  1. Thursday, May 12, 2016 7:00 p.m.
Image from the film Troublemakers
Michael Heizer, Walter de Maria, and Robert Smithson rebelled against the confines of galleries. They used the land as their canvas and thereby challenged dominant trends in western art. Piecing together original and re-mastered footage, as well as interviews with their contemporaries, Troublemakers explores how the three land artists related to the environment, their work, and each other. This screening is sponsored by the Indiana University–Bloomington Department of Philosophy. (2K DCP Presentation)