Drawing Restraint 9 by Matthew Barney
English | 2005 | 2 hrs 24 min | XVid | 720x480| MP3 112 kbps | 23.980 | 1.37 GB
Drawing Restraint 9 (2005) is project by visual artist Matthew Barney consisting of a feature length 35mm film, large-scale sculptures, photographs, drawings, and books. To date, the Drawing Restraint series consists of 16 numbered components and related materials. Some episodes are videos, others sculptural installations or drawings. Barney created Drawing Restraint 1-6 while still an undergraduate at Yale University and completed Drawing Restraint 16 in 2007 at London's Serpentine Gallery. With a soundtrack composed by Björk, Drawing Restraint 9 is an unconventional love story set in Japan. The narrative structure is built upon themes such as the Shinto religion, the tea ceremony, the history of whaling, and the supplantation of blubber with refined petroleum for oil.