Bending Space
Georges Rousse and the Durham Project

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Kenny

We began shooting BENDING SPACE knowing only that world renowned French artist Georges Rousse and a one-of-a-kind public art project were about to collide in Durham, NC in the Fall of 2006. We had no idea how Rousse and his team of volunteers would create art in our town. We did know that a ...Read more

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