Always Becoming| 52mins
Director: nora naranjo morse | Producer: naranjo morse
Focus Years: 2010 | Country: United States
In 2007, five ephemeral sculptures were built at the National Museum of the American Indian on the Smithsonian Mall in Washington, D.C. The sculptures were constructed with organic material and built by indigenous people from the United Sates and Mexico. This one-hour documentary entitled "Always Becoming" documents the construction and concepts behind these historic sculptures designed to melt back into the earth, and in doing so, the film looks at contemporary native issues and the creative process of making art inspired by indigenous culture.
Always Becoming | 52mins
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