10.9.2022

16:00—18:00

Events

LIMBÓ: blood walks through the trees

We are delighted to present blood walks through the trees, a video installation by Bradley Rust Gray in Limbó, The Living Art Museum’s project space. Join us for the opening on 9.10 at 16:00. The installation will be open to visitors on this day only!

 

Blood walks through the trees

The recollections of a young widow on the cusp of falling in love again. 

The installation works alongside a feature film entitled blood which will be playing at RIFF on Sunday, October 9th, at 21:15 at Háskólabíó.

 

BRADLEY RUST GRAY

 

The artist Bradley Rust Gray attended Auburn University, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Listaháskóli Íslands for his undergraduate and the British Film Institute and USC for his graduate degrees in art and film.  Together with his wife, So Yong Kim, they've made eight feature films with their production company, Soandbrad, inc.  Gray's first film, Salt, was filmed in Iceland and premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2003.  His most recent feature, blood, was filmed in Japan and Iceland and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2022 where it received an award for uncompromising vision.

 

MUSIC BY / TÓNLIST: Daníel Bjarnason treated by Kjartan Holm.

 

CAST / LEIKARAR:

Chloe: Carla Juri

Toshi:  Ueno Takeshi

Yatsuro:  Issey Ogata

Futaba:  Futaba Okazaki

Grandmother: Sashimi Oshima

Chieko:  Chieko Ito

 

ICELANDIC FRIENDS / ÍSLENSKIR VINIR:   Svava Björnsdottír, Egill Sœbjörnsson, Sjón, Ásgerdur Júníusdóttir, Toti Svavarsson, Hjördís Geirdal, JasmínThórarinsdóttir, Katarín Thórarinsdóttir, Dagur Kári, Marta Luiza Macuga, Örvar Thóreyjarson Smárason, Jón Sœmundur Audarson, Ragnar Kjartansson, Markús Andrésson, Dorothée Kirch, Björk Markúsdóttir, Fanny Markúsdóttir, Halli Jóns, Einar Kristjánsson, Lárus Jóhannesson, Jóhannes Agústsson

 

LIMBÓ is a platform for artists, curators, and others working in the field of contemporary visual art. With an emphasis on processual work and experiments, Limbó is conceived as an evolving platform for works in progress, performances, installations, discursive events, public readings, research presentations, and various short-term projects seeking public encounters.

 

We are delighted to present blood walks through the trees, a video installation by Bradley Rust Gray in Limbó, The Living Art Museum’s project space. Join us for the opening on 9.10 at 16:00. The installation will be open to visitors on this day only!

 

Blood walks through the trees

The recollections of a young widow on the cusp of falling in love again. 

The installation works alongside a feature film entitled blood which will be playing at RIFF on Sunday, October 9th, at 21:15 at Háskólabíó.

 

BRADLEY RUST GRAY

 

The artist Bradley Rust Gray attended Auburn University, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, and Listaháskóli Íslands for his undergraduate and the British Film Institute and USC for his graduate degrees in art and film.  Together with his wife, So Yong Kim, they've made eight feature films with their production company, Soandbrad, inc.  Gray's first film, Salt, was filmed in Iceland and premiered at the Berlin Film Festival in 2003.  His most recent feature, blood, was filmed in Japan and Iceland and premiered at the Sundance Film Festival in 2022 where it received an award for uncompromising vision.

 

MUSIC BY / TÓNLIST: Daníel Bjarnason treated by Kjartan Holm.

 

CAST / LEIKARAR:

Chloe: Carla Juri

Toshi:  Ueno Takeshi

Yatsuro:  Issey Ogata

Futaba:  Futaba Okazaki

Grandmother: Sashimi Oshima

Chieko:  Chieko Ito

 

ICELANDIC FRIENDS / ÍSLENSKIR VINIR:   Svava Björnsdottír, Egill Sœbjörnsson, Sjón, Ásgerdur Júníusdóttir, Toti Svavarsson, Hjördís Geirdal, JasmínThórarinsdóttir, Katarín Thórarinsdóttir, Dagur Kári, Marta Luiza Macuga, Örvar Thóreyjarson Smárason, Jón Sœmundur Audarson, Ragnar Kjartansson, Markús Andrésson, Dorothée Kirch, Björk Markúsdóttir, Fanny Markúsdóttir, Halli Jóns, Einar Kristjánsson, Lárus Jóhannesson, Jóhannes Agústsson

 

LIMBÓ is a platform for artists, curators, and others working in the field of contemporary visual art. With an emphasis on processual work and experiments, Limbó is conceived as an evolving platform for works in progress, performances, installations, discursive events, public readings, research presentations, and various short-term projects seeking public encounters.