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SANTA FE Eight artists were commissioned to create temporary, visually engaging, and conceptually rich environmental artworks throughout the Navajo Nation in both New Mexico and Arizona.
TIME (Temporary Installations Made for the Environment)
TIME is the acronym for Temporary Installations Made for the Environment. TIME has been on display this summer at the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts in Santa Fe. TIME will close on Thursday, September 13 with a film screening.
TIME was inspired by the emerging public art trend to engage artists interested in creating more spontaneous and immediate artworks that are short term and site-specific.
The screening presents a film by Dylan McLaughlin that documents this unique artistic, environmental, and cultural collaboration.
Instrument of Sound and Power
About the filmmaker: Dylan McLaughlin is a digital media artist, primarily focusing on documentary, portraiture, and narrative video and photography. His work ranges from co-organization of Attention Span: A 30 Second Film Showcase, documentary and short filmmaking, artist video portraits, to more experimental works and video installation. He received his BFA from the Institute of American Indian Arts in Santa Fe, New Mexico in 2011.
The screening is in collaboration with the Museum of Contemporary Native Arts, New Mexico Arts and Navajo Nation Museum.
Outdoor Film Screening
In conjunction with the closing of TIME (Temporary Installations Made for the Environment)
Hózhó Náháslii' - Harmony in the Making
Thursday, September 13
8:00 - 9:00 pm
Museum of Contemporary Native Arts
Allan Houser Art Park
Santa Fe, New Mexico 87501
posted September 12, 2012 6:00 am edt