||Anish Kapoor; Anish Kapoor
||Clipart/images/graphics, Internet resource, Videorecording
||Internet Resource, Computer File, Visual material
||Title from title frames.
||Originally produced by Illuminations Media in 2005.
||1 online resource (1 streaming video file (approximately 29 min., 7 sec.))
In October 2002 Anish Kapoor completed his extraordinary sculpture Marsyas for the Unilever series of commissions in the Turbine Hall at Tate Modern, London. A challenging and overwhelming artwork, Marsyas is a vast red PVC membrane stretched between three massive steel rings. The title refers to a satyr in Greek mythology who was flayed alive by the god Apollo. This film follows the making of Marsyas, from the earliest maquettes to the complex installation at Tate. Anish Kapoor comments on each stage of the process, and on the ideas and concerns of his art. Also illustrated are a range of his other sculptures and two recent large-scale works: Sky Mirror in Nottingham and Taratantara, created for the empty shell of Baltic as this new art centre was being built in Gateshead.