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Matthew Barney: Redoubt Co-Presented with Williams College Museum of Art

 

Set in Idaho’s Sawtooth Mountain range, Matthew Barney’s feature-length film layers classical, cosmological, and American myths about humanity’s place in the natural world, continuing Barney’s long-standing focus on landscape as both setting and subject. Redoubt adapts the myth of Diana, goddess of the hunt, and Actaeon, a hunter who trespasses on her and is punished — a story of guns, hunting, and wolves in the wild. Stay for a discussion with the artist and WCMA Director Pam Franks.

What to Expect
Seating is general admission. Preferred Ticket buyers get the best seats in the house, located in the first rows of theater. First check out some art before the show; MASS MoCA galleries are stacked with fresh exhibitions. Here is a list of nearby restaurants in downtown North Adams for dinner options, or choose from deliciousness right here in our museum campus: Lickety Split Cafe, Gramercy Bistro, Bright Ideas Brewing, and A-oK Berkshire Barbeque. All preferred ticket holders receive free museum admission on the day of or day after the show. MASS MoCA strives to provide the best possible experience for all our visitors, for information about accessibility at ticketed events click here.

Matthew Barney, Redoubt, 2018. Production still. © Matthew Barney, courtesy of Gladstone Gallery, New York and Brussels, and Sadie Coles HQ, London. Photo: Hugo Glendinning

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