“TRAMAR” A DAB ART Film – Carnegie Film showing Thursday, March 22 at 6:30 p.m.
Carnegie is pleased to present a documentary film about current CAM Studio Guest Artist, Chilean-born Dominga Opazo, and the inspiration behind her latest outdoor installation, TRAMAR. Incorporating a selection of yarns derived from her native country of Chile, Dominga's large-scale outdoor installation is distinctive and influential. Finding inspiration in Chiloe art, Dominga began to experiment with weaving in art practice. Initially creating a series of prints with configurations inspired by patterns made by the Selkma, these works are then weaved with another print. The rigorous labor required and the intimacy with organic materials is captivating.
Q&A to follow the 11 minute film and an Opazo art viewing at CAM Studio.
A DAB ART Film
Produced and Directed by Yessíca Torres
Filmed and Edited by Cameron Hurdus https://www.cameronhurdus.com
Music by White Ship https://soundcloud.com/white-ship
Artist Dominga Opazo www.mingaopazo.com