Nathaniel Dorsky’s silent films transmit a kind of internal music through their gracefully calibrated visual rhythms. Beautiful, exquisitely framed images are joined together through meticulous editing, creating an experience akin to seeing the world anew. At this special Modern Mondays event, the venerated filmmaker will discuss his methods of creating visual poetry, premiere new work, and screen his recently completed trilogy. Dorsky introduces his short films Sarabande and Winter (both 2008), Compline (2009), and the world premiere of Aubade (2010), with an audience discussion to follow.
In the Film exhibition Modern Mondays
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