Scenes and Songs from Boyd Webb
Directed by Boyd Webb, Philip Haas
Though Boyd Webb may often be classified as a sculptor, he never exhibits objects. His art takes form in larger-than-life photographs of elaborate sculptural sets in which humans or animals are posed. For SCENES AND SONGS FROM BOYD WEBB, he has staged eight new works specifically to be viewed on film. Each work is recognizable as existing within reality, though their “stories” are sometimes elusive and illusive: one scene portrays a lady who ties vegetables with thread; another depicts a man eating from a can at the edge of a pier; yet more see children climbing through swathes of fabric. A lush and astonishing visual treat, this one-of-a-kind experience is a must-see for fans of abstract and performance art.
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