Included in Point of View: An Anthology of the Moving Image

2003, 5 min, color, sound

Note: This work is only available for purchase as part of Point of View: An Anthology of the Moving Image.

Jediism, a movement devoted to establishing an internationally recognized faith, was born in 1977, shortly after the release of George Lucas's first Star Wars film. Huyghe's film serves as a mini-documentary devoted to this newly invented myth. The DVD includes an interview with the artist by Hans-Ulrich Obrist.

Point Of View: An Anthology of the Moving Image is a DVD series that features eleven leading artists from different generations and cultural perspectives, who are among the most important artists working in film, video, and digital imagery today: Francis Alys, David Claerbout, Douglas Gordon, Gary Hill, Pierre Huyghe, Joan Jonas, Isaac Julien, William Kentridge, Paul McCarthy, Pipilotti Rist and Anri Sala.

The anthology includes eleven separate DVDs in a boxed set. Each DVD features a newly-commissioned work; an in-depth interview with the artist conducted by Dan Cameron, senior curator for the New Museum of Contemporary Art, curator Hans Ulrich Obrist of the Musee d'Art Moderne de la Ville de Paris, or Richard Meyer, Associate Professor, Department of Art History, University of Southern California; an image library of the artist's previous work; and bibliographical material.

For more information on Point Of View: An Anthology of the Moving Image, please click here.

Produced by Bick Productions (Ilene Kurtz-Kretzschmar and Caroline Bourgeois) and the New Museum of Contemporary Art, New York. Executive Producers: Jumex Collection, Mexico, and Blink Digital, New York. Sponsor: The New Art Trust, San Francisco. Lead-in Music: Bang Goes.

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2004, 11 DVDs