D. WITTENBOLS
WILLIAM KENTRIDGE Black Box
Joods Historisch Museum
1 november 2012
The artist William Kentridge (Johannesburg 1955) has developed a working method that fuses drawing, animation, collage, printmaking and theatre. His principal body of work comprises powerful charcoal drawings, which he transforms into animated films: drawing, erasing and revising as he films. Black Box/Chambre Noire is a mechanical theatre in which six mechanical figures perform in turn for twenty-one minutes against a backdrop of projected animated charcoal drawings.
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