Renowned British sculptor Andy Goldsworthy knows that most of his pieces will not last long because of where he makes them (often in open fields or on beaches) and what he uses: ice, driftwood, bracken, leaves, stone. Some of his works stand and remain in the landscape; others decay, melt or are blown away. His work's transitory nature, in fact, is a central part of the sculptor's creative efforts to understand the energy that flows through him and through the natural landscape that nourishes his vision. Music by Fred Frith. In English. Official Web Site

Goldsworthy explains how movement, change, light, growth and decay in nature inform his transient works of art

Director: Thomas Riedelsheimer

MPAA Rating: NR

Run Time: 1hr 30mins

Release Year: 2001

Country Of Origin: Germany