A short film on assemblage artist Noah Purifoy whose greatest masterpiece is a parcel of land in Joshua Tree, California.
This film is part of an ongoing series inspired by my fascination with outdoor art and how it interacts and changes forms over time from exposure to the natural elements.
Filmed at the Noah Purifoy Outdoor Desert Art Museum in Joshua Tree, California, on the Canon 7D shooting native 60p and conformed to 30p slow motion with Cinema Tools.
Glidetrack used for dolly moves. Graded with Magic Bullet Looks.
Voice recordings provided by Roy Hurst, Tony Cox and NPR Radio.
Music by Moby.
For more information visit the Noah Purifoy Foundation at noahpurifoy.com