The vernacular man

Published 2014
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The Vernacular Man presents a rare, candid portrait of David Thauberger at work in his studio. The film also travels across Saskatchewan with the artist as he re-visits the fading rural architecture that inspired some of his most iconic images. While on this journey he recounts the influences, from the Impressionists to folk artists, that shaped his approach and set him on a never-ending quest to reinterpret memory with images that transcend both place and time.

1 videodisc (28 minutes) : sound, colour ; 4 3/4 inches
digital optical
video file DVD video region 1
Target Audience Note:
Canadian Home Video Rating: Not rated.
Director: Jan Nowina-Zarzycki, Rob King, writer: Rob King, original score: Todd Bryanton
DVD ; widescreen ; NTSC region 1
Public performance rights included.
English audio.
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