FotoFocus and Weston Art Gallery present Liz Roberts: Post Blonde at CampSITE Sculpture Park. This new site-specific commission presents an uninhabited drive-in tableau in which the automobile is parked and repeatedly disembodied to form a large movie screen made from salvaged windshields. While challenging typical road movie tropes, the installation simultaneously references the resurgence of drive-ins during the pandemic and the collective viewing experience of movie screenings.
Representing the individual and their relationship to a community, the car is in direct dialogue with the multi-screen projection structure. The 4-channel video projections within the vehicle’s windows, along with the single-channel... Continue