February 5, at 7: He erases objects in the videos to make them more captivating and unique.
I remember walking in and coming to an abrupt stop. At what for me at the time was the hallucinatory and compelling nature of his images and imagery. And of what, for lack of better way of putting it, were the transformations that seemed to be happening in his drawings, in his prints — and then later in his films.
Things morphing into other things.
From "Stereoscope", It was mind-boggling stuff. It blew me away. The films even more than the still images. The films are made by what I think is a relatively unique process: Then he erases it.
And films the erasures and changes.
And again and again. As the process continues, images. And the whole thing is put together in a lineal temporal fashion to make…. He moved to Paris and studied both mime and theatre for a spell. Back in South Africa, he acted and directed theatre, and also worked as an art director for television and films.
But back to his movies. They were — and are — unlike anything I, who always thought of myself as smart and well-educated — ha! Have ever seen before, really. His films, like his drawing and prints, are fucking amazing. They are worth going out of your way to find and see. But it is also personal, occasionally painful, and surprisingly emotional.
He talks occasionally about his art, his films, his process; he talks about many things. Switchboard operators from "Stereoscope", Q: What do you think the social responsibility of the artist is?
Then I think the nature of what emerges from the work will be much more complicated. I am interested in political art, but precisely in political art that denies such responsibility.
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William Kentridge Drawing from Stereoscope () Not on view This drawing was executed along with the animated film Stereoscope, the eighth in Kentridge's decade-long series featuring Soho Eckstein, the archetypal white Johannesburg businessman of the post-apartheid era .