1969, 28 Minutes
Australian sculptors discuss their attitudes towards modern sculpture.
In sculpture, as in the other arts, Australia has achieved a world reputation in recent years. In this film, Tim Burstall examines the Australian sculptors working in Australia and overseas, analyses their attitudes and asks them to sum up their views about modern sculpture.
Artists shown at work include Norma Redpath (creating the fountain for the Commonwealth Treasury), George Baldessin, Stephen Walker, Lyndon Dadswell, Matcham Skipper, David Tolley, Margel Hinder, Colin Lanceley, Ron Robertson-Swann, Michael Kitching, Ken Reinhard, Tim Berriman, Asher Bilu, Robert Klippel, Clement Meadmore and Vincent Jomantis.
Produced by the Australian Commonwealth Film Unit. © 2011 National Film and Sound Archive of Australia.
Director/Narrator: Tim Burstall
Producer: Malcolm Otton
Running Time: 28 Minutes
Classification: Exempt from classification
Curriculum Links: Art History; Visual Arts; Ceramics; Design and Technologies; Fine Arts; Sculpture.