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Sketches for The End Rocky Mountains, 2008

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    • Pigment print on paper.
    • Signed and numbered by the artist with name of work, artist, and date.

    About The Work

    These sketches are for Ragnar Kjartansson's performance piece The End—Rocky Mountains, in which Kjartansson and fellow Icelandic musician Davíð por Jónsson composed a soundtrack in G, which they then performed in the Rocky Mountains at temperatures below freezing. Their performances were recorded and filmed, then synched together to compose a single disfigured country music arrangement. The resulting five-channel video piece was presented at the 2009 Venice Biennale as part of Kjartansson's installation The End—Venice.

    About Ragnar Kjartansson

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