The White Rose by Bruce Conner (1967)

whiterose At the Jay DeFeo Community Tribute was a screening of this stunning and moving short by Bruce Conner. After working on The Rose in her studio for eight years, it was slowly and painstakingly hauled through the window – all 2,000 pounds of it. The physical and metaphysical size of The Rose is unmistakable, as is DeFeo’s heartbreak at being separated from her work. There was not a sound in the theatre.

Image courtesy of Bruce Conner.

The White Rose. Dir. Bruce Conner, 1967. Silent.

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