“My works present an independent reality, a world that is dependent on our real world yet is separate from it.”
“Anonymous Reality” is a 33-minute documentary short film directed by André Quesnel. The film captures a decade-long journey of artist Erik Nieminen in the art world, taking viewers to cities such as Ottawa, Montreal, New York City, London, and Berlin. The documentary features interviews with Erik Nieminen’s father, Martti Nieminen, and Matthew Israel.
The film explores the challenges that artists face in the contemporary art world, such as the struggle to gain recognition and the pressure to create art that is marketable. It also highlights Erik Nieminen’s unique artistic vision and the inspiration behind his work.
Overall, “Anonymous Reality” offers a glimpse into the life of an artist and the complex world of contemporary art, as seen through the eyes of Erik Nieminen.
Featuring: Martti Nieminen and Matthew Israel
November 9th, 2020
33 minute Documentary-Short
Film by André Quesnel
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