Can anyone help me with some suggestions of Science Fiction films that have sculpture/sculptures in them.
So far I have Logan’s Run, The Damned and The Hunger Games but am looking for as many as possible.
A CLOCKWORK ORANGE has some memorable sculptures.
The sphinx in The Time Machine.
Zardoz in Zardoz.
In Things to Come, one of the main characters in the 2036 segment is a sculptor, and his gigantic sculpture is shown.
The cat monument in Conquest of the Planet of the Apes
The modernist sculpture built by The Children of the Damned
The 2001 monolith
I seem to recall that in Forbidden Planet they show some of the Krell artworks…
I know this probably isn’t what you’re looking for, but I can’t not think of L’Eclisse when I read this thread title. Namely this thing:
I guess L’Eclisse isn’t really science fiction, and I guess that thing isn’t really a sculpture, but there’s definitely something science fictional about L’Eclisse and something sculptural about… whatever that thing is.
Those 1960/70s funky SF films like The 10th Victim had public artworks and modernist sculptures as part of the background. Marcello has a pet robot /Sculpture in that movie.
Thanks very much for these.
The statues on the moving stairway in A Matter Of Life And Death.
I guess if Lost counts as science fiction, that has to as well.
Hahahaha Roscoe beat me too it but A Clockwork Orange defintley has at least one notable statue!
Not to open a can of worm-holes, but the Cloud Minders episode from the original (super low budget) Star Trek series had sculptures on the wall that were…
…60’s designer coffee tables with the flat glass tops removed.
Cronenberg’s SCANNERS is a true sci-fi that has a sculptor in it working through his issues creatively, and DEAD RINGERS isn’t something I would call strict sci-fi, but also has a sculptor who steals Irons’ ideas for “tools for operating on mutant women”. The actual props for EXISTENZ are also sculpturally noteworthy.
Not quite related, but something to share…
These Are the Damned (1963) features works by Elisabeth Frink.
//re-reads OP.// Well.. cunt.