True/False Art Installations
As the True/False Film Festival goes into full gear, the art installations are finally set up. With old standbys and new additions, the True/False Film Festival makes sure the art doesn't end when you leave the theater. Some, like "Unweaving The Fabric Of/Over Time," invite the viewers to participate in the artwork. Others, like "Torus Worm," ask only to be viewed.
Here are just a few of the installations you can see around town this weekend.
9th Street – Davey B. Gravey's Tiny Cinema
"Davey B. Gravey" hosts four mini-movie goers in his tiny cinema, where he plays his ukulele along to a silent, short film of the audience's choice.
Hitt Street and Alley A – Sia
Jaynell Lardizabal and Kelsie Herron constructed their giant tortoise skeleton with a team of volunteers to hang over Alley A.
Blue Note – Oceanic Blue Note
Tracy Greever-Rice's octopus and its stalagmite-filled cage returns to help take the Blue Note underwater.
Blue Note – Tyton
Kansas-based artist Randy Regier brings back luxury submarines, with his two models housing underwater vacationers.
Hittsville Courtyard – The Frozen Man
Duncan Bindbeutel enclosed a wooden man in a block of ice, which will melt away over the weekend in the courtyard of Hittsville.
Ragtag – The Knacks
The Knacks are towers of over 20,000 feet of rope created by Jessica Dekker, Tracy Greever-Rice and their team. They welcome filmgoers to Ragtag Cinema.
The Globe Lawn – A Commemorative Sectional of What Is
Constructed with foraged materials, "A Commemorative Sectional of What Is" celebrates modernity.