Here are two more preview samples from the post-production of our feature film documentary profile of conceptual artist Bert Rodriguez.
During the Whitney Biennial show, Bert was interviewed by many journalists from all facets of the media. We covered the media covering Rodriguez for two of the most intriguing articles, a column in The New York Times Metro section and a Time online Guest Blog by a journalist who was also an actual “patient.”
Columnist, New York Times Metro Section
Ms. Dominus spoke to us with focus and enthusiasm even though on that very afternoon of March 10 she was very busy with a story The Times broke minutes afterward; she told us it would be something about a prostitution ring and the Governor’s office. In the taxi on the way back uptown, we heard a little more about that on the radio.
Why would a Metro writer devote an entire column to a particular installation at the Whitney Biennial? Because Rodriguez’ piece was as much about New York as it was about therapy, or art.
As a guest blogger for the Time Magazine critic Richard Lacayo, the tireless and intrepid C-Monster reported on her experience as a “patient” and observer of Rodriguez’ installation at the Whitney Biennial. This clip is about one subject to which “real” patients of therapy might relate.
Jump to the Rodriguez clips previously posted, here.
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