At the end of March I assisted curator Germana Monte-Mór and art critic Rodrigo Naves in installing the exhibition Teimosia da Imaginação at the Instituto Tomie Ohtake, Sao Paulo. The exhibition features ten contemporary Brazilian artists, including Isabel Mendes da Cunha and Véio, who will be part of the upcoming exhibition Show and Tell at the Fondation Cartier in Paris.
I recently directed The Story of Straw for Make Architects and The University of Nottingham, a very enjoyable project – watch it here:
The film was co-written by Lee Mallet and myself, and animated by Marie-Margaux Tsakiri-Scanatovits and Daniela Negrin Ochoa, with additional animation by Francesca Adams and Richard Phelan.
A selection of Sara’s films are playing at Frieze 2010 as part of ResoVision, Resonance fm’s live TV.
Sara’s work is featured in FILE magazine October 2010. Watch here.
Extract from a review by Marina Warner
Earthbound is an “aesthetically immaculate and eloquent work that also plays with illusion in perception of scale. [Sara Muzio’s] work meditates with powerful concentration on the physical manifestation of time as entropy, as deliquescence; she creates a highly wrought visual allegory with many serious overtones but without didacticism.”
Sara Muzio’s new film, Earthbound, will be showing at the Royal College of Art Show 2010, from the 24th June to the 4th July.
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