Matthew Barney: No Restraint

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With his acclaimed Cremaster Cycle and 2005 feature Drawing Restraint 9, avant-garde artist Matthew Barney established himself as a bold experimentalist who wasn't afraid to take a few risks for the sake of his art. Set into motion in the late '80s, Barney's Drawing Restraint series consists of works in which the artist attempts to create works while hindered by physical weights and barriers. The result, claims Barney are creations that are much more rewarding due to the difficulty it takes to render them. With ...
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With his acclaimed Cremaster Cycle and 2005 feature Drawing Restraint 9, avant-garde artist Matthew Barney established himself as a bold experimentalist who wasn't afraid to take a few risks for the sake of his art. Set into motion in the late '80s, Barney's Drawing Restraint series consists of works in which the artist attempts to create works while hindered by physical weights and barriers. The result, claims Barney are creations that are much more rewarding due to the difficulty it takes to render them. With Drawing Restraint 9, the artist teamed with his wife, Björk, to tell the tale of a couple who boards a Japanese whaling ship to partake in a series of obscure rituals -- including a ceremony that took place in a tank filled with 45,000 pounds of petroleum jelly. For fans longing to see how the innovative artist achieves his unique vision, this documentary by filmmaker Alison Chernick mixes clips from Drawing Restraint 9 with interviews and footage of Barney playing high-school football to create a comprehensive look at her subject's entire career. Additional conversations with Guggenheim curator Nancy Spector, New York Times art critic Michael Kimmelman, 21st Century Museum of Contemporary Art chief curator Yuko Hasegawa, and more, this portrait of Barney transcends the trappings of your typical making-of documentary. Björk and Mayumi Miyata collaborate to create the musical score.
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Special Features

Includes interview gallery featuring Matthew Barney, Björk and the chief art critic from The New York Times Michael Kimmelman; Time lapse photography
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Product Details

  • Release Date: 5/1/2007
  • UPC: 796019801669
  • Original Release: 2005
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  • Source: Ifc
  • Region Code: 1
  • Time: 1:11:00
  • Format: DVD

Cast & Crew

Performance Credits
Björk Interviewee
Barbara Gladstone Interviewee
Technical Credits
Alison Chernick Director, Producer
Agnes B. Executive Producer
Jeremiah Black Sound Editor
Robert Leacock Cinematographer
Aaron Lubarsky Editor
Raz Mesinai Score Composer
Toshiaki Ozawa Cinematographer
Nadja Romain Co-producer
Bob Sacchetti Sound/Sound Designer
Helen Yum Editor
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Scene Index

Disc #1 -- Matthew Barney: No Restraint
1. Pre-Production [4:38]
2. Arrival on the Ship [3:44]
3. Launch Day [4:16]
4. Matthew Barney's Body of Work [9:10]
5. Resistance as Art [4:12]
6. Incorporating Whaling Traditions [4:55]
7. Early Artistic Aspirations [5:24]
8. The Cremaster Cycle [6:29]
9. Building a Musical Landscape [6:06]
10. Japanese Tea Ceremony [4:02]
11. The Human Body as Limitless [4:21]
12. The Creative Process [4:50]
13. End Credits [9:02]
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Disc #1 -- Matthew Barney: No Restraint
   Play Movie
   Captions and Subtitles
      English for the Hearing Impaired
      Spanish
      None
   Special Features
      Interview Gallery
         His Early Inspiration
         Early "Drawing Restraint": Satyrs and Rams
         Early "Drawing Restraint": Guillotine
         "Drawing Restraint 8"
         "Drawing Restraint 9"
         "Drawing Restraint 9" Challenges: Using Shrimp
         "Drawing Restraint 9" Challenges: Stroytelling
         Bjork on Japan
         The New York Times Chief Art Critic Michael Kimmelman On Barney's Early Work
      Time Lapses
         Time Lapse #1: Brooklyn Site
         Time Lapse #2: Japan
   Scene Selection
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