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Amy Granat: The Sheltering Sky

"New York-based artist Amy Granat draws from the legacy of experimental and abstract filmmaking to create new approaches in 16mm film and video at the limits of personal and narrative cinema. Using Paul Bowles’ novel The Sheltering Sky as a point of departure for this exhibition, she creates an immersive environment of projected images, which substitute the narrative thrust of literary fiction with a more subtle exploration of character and place through landscape, light, and gesture.

In conjunction with her 2010 exhibition at The Kitchen, NYC, Granat has made a single-channel, feature-length film using the same footage,

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