And here is the story, and sole documentation, of Albert Szukalski's sculpture, "The Last Supper," near the
ghost town of Rhyolite. this video not only captures the process by which the unique sculpture was made, but also captures revealing interviews with the artist
and the local townspeople who served as models for the sculpture. Learn how the remarkable sculpture was made, and why the
Belgian artist chose to create it in relative obscurity at the edge of Death Valley in the Mojove Desert.
Description: From Original DVD Jacket
Directors: Suzanne Hackett and Charles Morgan - Writers: Suzanne Hackett and Charles Morgan
Produced by: Goldwell Open Air Museum