Named to evoke the vital internal layers of a tree’s living structure, Xylem, designed by celebrated architect Francis Kéré, is a place where visitors may gather to converse, contemplate the views of the aspen and cottonwood trees near the bank of the creek, or sit and meditate in solitude. This film follows the making of this sculpture.
Directed by: Emily Rund
Cinematography by: Emily Rund
Additional Camera Operation: Cara Engh, Kathy Kasic, Alex Coyle
Location Sound Recording: Monte Nickles
Sound Editing: Monte Nickles and Jim Ruberto
Sound Mixing and Mastering: Monte Nickles
Edited by: Emily Rund