Nick Cave

Nick Cave, Soundsuit, 2011, Dogwood twigs, wire, upholstery, basket, and mannequin, 86” x 36” x 28” Courtesy of the Chaney Family Collection, Photograph: James Prinz Photography, Chicago

Presented by AMOA-Arthouse  |  The Jones Center
On view through February 24, 2013


Now, Forager Film and Feast

Wednesday, January 16  |  7 pm  |  Alamo Drafthouse Slaughter Lane
 
Artist Nick Cave scavenges everyday materials and transforms them into sculpture.
Now, Forager (2012) is a narrative film whose protagonist scavenges wild mushrooms and
transforms them into dinner. Experience this debut Austin screening with a feast prepared
by Alamo chefs and a talk-back after with co-directors and producers Jason Cortlund
and Julia Halperin. Ticket information at amoa-arthouse.org/programs

Co-presented by Edible Austin.

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