Windmill 03 (for Walter Segal), 2022
James Bridle

Wood, canvas, cable, nylon cord, dynamo, fixings
2 x 2 x 1,5 m

James Bridle’s exhibition Signs of Life takes its name from Werner Herzog’s film Lebenszeichen (1968), in which three German soldiers patroling a Greek island are driven mad on encountering a vast field of spinning windmills. Bridle’s new work Windmill 03 (for Walter Segal) recreates a traditional Greek windmill from the original location of the film using surplus material from DIY architecture projects.

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