The Cremaster Cycle: A Conversation with Matthew Barney follows the artist and New York Times art critic, Michael Kimmelman as they discuss his mythic display at the Guggenheim Museum. While guiding the camera through his sculptures and films, Barney tells Kimmelman about his process, vision and intentions when creating the “Cremaster Cycle”. The sculptures, constructed from the artist’s signature materials, including plastic, metal, and Vaseline, are three-dimensional incarnations of characters and settings seen in Barney’s films. They exist independently but embody the same content, now expressed in space rather than time.
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