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BMW Art Car Collection. César Manrique. (1990)
 
 
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Footage contains 5 Scenes:
Mon Jan 23 16:20:00 CET 2006 | ID: PF0002490
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    #1: Studio
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    #2: Natural Sound in Spanish / Voice over German track two
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    #3: Cutaways Statement
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    #4: Credo César Manrique 1990
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    #5: Studio Effects
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    #1: Studio
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    #2: Natural Sound in Spanish / Voice over German track two
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    #3: Cutaways Statement
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    #4: Credo César Manrique 1990
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    #5: Studio Effects
 
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Studio
Scene 1 of 5, 05:52 min, Quicktime H264 16Mbit, 4:3, 720x576
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Long shot of the Manrique Art Car BMW 730i. Long shot frontside. Dolly shot left – right front of the car. Dollyshots passenger side. Close ups/detail logo at back and front. Various Shots door, mirror close, pan on signature. Close dolly shot mudguard – door. Close up exterior rear view mirror. Pan down hood opened. Stop trick medium wide shot. Slongshots passenger / driver side. Dolly and crane shots driver side. Close ups. Stop trick wide shot.
Natural Sound in Spanish / Voice over German track two
Scene 2 of 5, 01:28 min, Quicktime H264 16Mbit, 4:3, 720x576
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Natural sound Manrique in the studio about the sense of the automobile: “If I wonder what the purpose of a car is, my first answer is that it serves fast transport. And when I think of speed, my first thought is of a bird, a butterfly, a dragonfly. Thus, I wanted to design the BMW in such a way that it appeared to float through space without any resistance whatsoever.” Art car gets painted, cross cuttings nature shots: Manrique about the influence of colours and matter on his work:“In my whole career as a painter, colour has always been of paramount importance – just like matter. This is because of the volcanic landscape of Lanzarote. The colours I like best are: the black of the volcanic ash; red, just like the national park Timanfaya – when the sun beams, and colours are particularly bright; and the red of the volcanic fire. But also pure white, which can be found in the traditional architecture of the island.”
Cutaways Statement
Scene 3 of 5, 02:34 min, Quicktime H264 16Mbit, 4:3, 720x576
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Painting of the art car cross cutted with nature shots. Manrique signs the art car.
Credo César Manrique 1990
Scene 4 of 5, 04:01 min, Quicktime H264 16Mbit, 4:3, 720x576
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Manrique about his childhood: “I was born in Arècife, Lanzarote, close to the coastline. In my childhood I was fascinated by the experience of the summertime, which I spent in a little village in the north of Lanzarote on the coast. There, I played at the beach very often. I drew sketches and built sculptures, did a lot of sports, watched the birds and the little fish – and at night, I would watch the stars. To me, this was a never-ending spectacle, I was constantly in awe of the wealth of nature.” Manrique about geography and astronomy: “When I learned about geography and astronomy as a child, I was fascinated to know that we were living on a ball revolving around the sun – that star which lights up the whole planetary system. At the time, I developed the strong will and the awareness to genuinely feel that I was floating through space on that ball.”Manrique about painting: “My painting is influenced by everything on earth – the insects, the sea and the water…by all the elements.”Manrique about the pleasure of his work: “My greatest joy in life is to get up in the morning, put on my working suit and go over to my studio. There, I’ll find four or five paintings, two or three collages, sculpture designs…I move from one to the other and continue working on them.”Manrique about the spirit of youth: “Often, I feel like a little child – especially when I spend all day in my studio and create things as if I’m just playing around. I always feel the spirit of youth and the ability to use my imagination and my creative powers.”Manrique about the attraction of all varieties of art: “I’m attracted by all aspects of art…such as sculpture, poetry and literature. Architecture has always moved me. Take for example “Jameos del Agua”. That’s where I created a universe and a microcosm for myself.” Manrique about Lanzarote: “For centuries, Lanzarote was completely unknown and led a Cinderella existence amongst the Canary Islands. People laughed and said all that Lanzarote had to offer was camels and stones. I wanted to refute that claim and thus designed things which would make people see the great graphic power and the beauty of the island. For that reason, I created pieces such as “Jameos del Agua”, “Mirador del Rio” or “El Amacen”, to name but a few.”Manrique about his mobiles: “My mobiles have been influenced by the “Alicias del Atlantico”, the eternal winds on the island. They gave me the idea to create sculptures that this wind could play with.”Manrique about being a gardener: “People tried to categorize me as an artist, even describing me as a gardener. I feel honoured. In my opinion, being a gardener is a truly wonderful profession. Being an artist is no profession. You are born that way. To me, painting is the essence of my life.”
Studio Effects
Scene 5 of 5, 01:16 min, Quicktime H264 16Mbit, 4:3, 720x576
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Effect shots Manrique Art Car in the studio

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