Leaning Into the Wind: Andy Goldsworthy
A benefit screening for the Rocky Mountain Land Library
The Rocky Mountain Land Library and RedLine invite you to a special screening of Leaning Into the Wind. Please join us for a reception before the show with refreshments, hors d'oeuvres and exciting silent auctions items.
Sixteen years after the release of the groundbreaking documentary Rivers and Tides, director Thomas Riedelsheimer has teamed up with Andy Goldsworthy yet again, joining the famed British artist in a visually sensational yet deeply personal exploration of his world, his mind and his work as it has evolved with his relationship to nature.
Shot over the course of four years, Leaning into the Wind finds Goldsworthy working on elaborate new projects, some involving massive machinery and crews. But the wonderment, intimacy, fragility and evanescence of the environmental artworks that so enthralled audiences of Rivers and Tides are abundant here too, as Goldsworthy puts his stamp on rocks, branches, leaves, earth, flowers and water—and they on him.
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