USA, 2016, 7 min.
How does an artist keep it interesting in the studio? In his Windsor Terrace workspace in Brooklyn, photographer Daniel Gordon reflects on his decade-long commitment to intensive practice and artistic invention. Over the course of the film, Gordon creates several of his signature “constructed tableau” works — exuberantly colorful still lifes meticulously collaged out of discarded pieces of paper, that are in turn photographed.
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