- When: Thursday 21 September 2023 2:00 pm - Thursday 21 September 2023 3:40 pm
- Admission: Admission Free
- Booking: No booking required (drop-in)
- Venue Name: Advanced Research Centre, University of Glasgow
11 Chapel Lane, Glasgow G11 6EW
Using materials from nature, Goldworthy allows the elements to have the last say in his beautiful creations, as his ingenious patterns of wood, leaves, stone, and ice move and erode over time. Filmmaker Thomas Riedelsheimer followed the artist for over a year intimately documenting his improvisational process and capturing the serene spectacle of his works. Although Goldsworthy’s sculpture is best known through still photography, Rivers and Tides, with its haunting musical score by Fred Frith, is an altogether different way of experiencing the artist’s most ephemeral and fleeting masterpieces.
About the director:
Thomas Riedelsheimer was born September 1963; studied at the Academy for Film andTelevision in Munich (1984-1991) since1986 free-lance author, director and cameraman in Germany and abroad (Somalia, Tanzania, South Africa, New Zealand, Latvia, Russia, Tibet, Nepal, Japan, Canada, Scotland, India, Georgia, etc.); lecturer at seminars on cinematography and documentary film making; camera work with 16mm, S16mm and 35mm, as well as with all video formats. Until 2008 partner in Filmquadrat, a film production platform with Stefan Tolz and Thomas Wartmann. In 2008, Thomas Riedelsheimer and Stefan Tolz founded the production company Filmpunkt GmbH. Since October 2007 he is teaching regularly at Filmakademie Ludwigsburg, Germany. In 2009/2010 he was teaching film at Emily Carr University in Vancouver, Canada.
Thomas Riedelsheimer lives in Munich, is married and has two children. He is a member of the German and European Film Accademy. He has several major national and international film and television awards for directing as well as for editing and camerawork and several nominations for the official section of international festivals.
Duration: 90 min
No age restrictions
Shown courtesy of Skyline Productions Ltd