You can download the latest version here. I am a veteran of two wars. It was her single-minded devotion to what she thought was right. Welcome to the website of Maya Lin Studio. In the film, she is portrayed as a humane artist, creating humane spaces for both the living and the dead.
A Strong Clear Vision features rare behind-the-scenes footage of Lin at work in her studio, offering viewers a privileged glimpse into the mind of this singular artist. Only 21 when her design for the Washington, D. Lin takes micro and macro views of the earth, sonar resonance scans, aerial and satellite mapping devices and translates that information into sculptures, drawings and environmental installations.
What we do ask for is that our brothers and sisters that were not able to come home are memorialized and remembered properly.
Her studio artwork has been shown in solo and group museum exhibitions throughout the United States and abroad.
Since then, Lin has completed a succession of eloquent, startlingly original monuments and sculptures that confront vital American social issues. You have to accept, and admit that this pain has occurred, in order for it to be healed, in order for it to be cathartic Her starkly simple slash of polished black granite inscribed with the 57, names of those who died in Vietnam was viciously attacked as "dishonorable," "a scar," and "a black hole," but Lin remained committed to her vision, and the Memorial, a moving tribute to sacrifice and quiet heroism, was built as planned.
So you really begin to see a cause and effect of how people actually helped to change history. Utilizing technological methods to study and visualize the natural world, Ms. I have served my country in both Afghanistan as well as Iraq. At one point during the film, Lin said that she knew that the piece would make people cry, and that was the point.
Systematic Landscapes originated at Henry Art Gallery in Seattle and is the first to translate the scale and immersive capacity of her outdoor installations to the interior space of a museum.
One particular representative argued that the blocks be a different color than black and that they be above ground.
A sheet of water flows steadily over the words of the adjacent sculptural wall, visually echoing a stirring line from Rev. For me, I think that this speaks volumes of the artist herself. If you believe you received this message in error, click here to bypass the detection. How to cite this page Choose cite format: Her works address how we relate and respond to the environment, and presents new ways of looking at the world around us.
Of course, I have very personal ties to the feelings of misunderstanding and non-appreciation. Currently touring the United States, Maya Lin: Some people were demanding statues.
Maya Lin has maintained a careful balance between art and architecture throughout her career, creating a remarkable body of work that includes large-scale site-specific installations, intimate studio artworks, architectural works and memorials. Before the memorial, the Vietnam War had been dealt with primarily in film, poetry, and fiction.
I appreciate the work of Maya Lin and think she represented that perfectly! She has made works that merge completely with the terrain, blurring the boundaries between two- and three-dimensional space and set up a systematic ordering of the land tied to history, language, and time.
When Morris Dees approached her to design a memorial for civil rights, she says she wanted to "understand conceptually what the piece is about or what its nature should be" before actually visiting the site. It is a basic memorialization in presentation, but in emotion, it has a very powerful effect.Nov 10, · MAYA LIN: A STRONG CLEAR VISION won the Best Documentary Oscar and while it's not a masterpiece it's at least very entertaining and it really gives one a great look at all the issues that went into the Vietnam memorial/10().
Maya Lin is an American architect and sculptor best known for her design of the Vietnam Veterans Memorial in Washington, D.C. Synopsis. Mar 29, · “Maya Lin: A Strong Clear Vision,” written and directed by Freida Lee Mock, tells the story of how Lin designed the memorial, and how it came to be built.
It follows her over the next 14 years, as she matures from an insecure student to a confident professional, and designs other public works, including the Civil Rights Monument in 3/5.
Artist and architect Maya Lin. This site requires Flash 9+ to view. You can download the latest version here. If you believe you received this message in error. Maya Lin - A Strong Clear Vision Maya Lin - A Strong Clear Vision by Maya Lin DVD $ Only 20 left in stock - order soon.
Sold by Media Discounts and ships from Amazon Fulfillment/5(35). The documentary shows Maya Lin very stoic, and stead-fast in her design. She was unwilling to redesign or give up on making this vision a reality. This speaks volumes of the type of woman Maya Lin is, even at such a young, tender age.Download