Monologues in the Artist's Studio

Monologues in the Artist's Studio

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    • Directed by: Palu Abadia
    • Released: 2019 (educational)
    • Year of Production: 2016
Running Time: 35 min
Language: English
Subtitle Options: English Closed Captions
Subjects: Art
An intimate portrait of the acclaimed Chilean born, Brooklyn based artist and a master class on the creative process. From installations to public art, furniture to functional sculpture, shoes, and motorcycles, Errazuriz's work blurs the boundaries of art and design.
The film presents the artist and his process as a constant work in progress, asking viewers to pause and rethink every day, confront preconceptions, and look again.
Official Selection - American Documentary Film Festival 2017
Official Selection - Salem Film Fest 2017
Official Selection - Master of Art Film Festival 2017
Official Selection - Asia Centum FilmFest 2017

“Brilliant documentary about an even brighter subject, Sebastian Errazuriz, and his work are leaving a mark in the world of art and design with depth and humor." Maria Brito - Art advisor/curator.

"Sebastian Errazuriz is a power plant who makes masterful and inventive art at a fast pace. The director Palu Abadia gets close to this in her intelligent film. It is edited in a rhythm that matches the creative process perfectly." ​ Master of Art Film Festival Jury / Best documentary in Architecture and Design ​

"The film was A-MAZING. I loved it. So much. I am a huge fan of post-religious art, for one thing. The taxidermy duck lamps were also hilarious and cool. But his cabinet making!? My God. So. totally inspired...Beautifully shot, and well paced." ​ Mary Markham - Graphic Designer


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