Dec 05 2019


Presented by Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OKCMOA) at Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OKCMOA)

“In Redoubt, the new film by acclaimed artist and director Matthew Barney, creator of the Cremaster Cycle, the myth of Diana and Actaeon unfolds in Idaho’s majestic Sawtooth Mountains, with Diana played by real-life sharpshooter Anette Wachter. She’s accompanied by two nymphs on a wolf hunt (one, Eleanor Bauer, choreographed the film’s gravity-defying movements); Barney is the Engraver/forest ranger – stealthily etching their movements onto copper plates. Wordless physical action, choreography and spectacular cinematography create a dreamlike logic.

The title Redoubt can refer to both a provisional military fortification, and a defensive, isolated psychological position – both evoked by the film’s setting in a vast Idaho wilderness. ‘Mr. Barney’s most engrossing film in over a decade… speaks directly to contemporary American themes: the place of the gun, the fate of the environment and the fantasies and paranoias of those who turn their back on constitutional government and American society’ (Jason Farago, The New York Times).” –Film Forum

Note: no animals were harmed in the making of the film.

Dates & Times

2019/12/05 - 2019/12/05

Location Info

Oklahoma City Museum of Art (OKCMOA)

415 Couch Dr, Oklahoma City, OK 73102

Parking Info

Parking options for downtown Oklahoma City visitors can be found by visiting



The Progressive Parking Lot is located directly north of the Museum on the northwest corner of Hudson and Robert S. Kerr

Parking rates:
$3 for ½ hour
$6 for 1 hour
$8 for 2 hours
$10 for all day


The Arts District parking garage is located on the corner of N Walker and W Main, one block south of OKCMOA (431 W Main)

Parking rates:
$2 first hour, $1 each additional hour
$10 for all day
Hours for use by the public:
Monday–Thursday from 6 pm–midnight
Friday at 6 pm through Sunday at midnight


Accessibility Info

The Oklahoma City Museum of Art welcomes all visitors.
We recognize the diverse backgrounds and needs of our community and are committed to creating a “culture of welcome” in which all visitors feel safe, supported, and valued. We strive to make Museum programs and public spaces accessible and inclusive by removing barriers that impede participation.
OKCMOA offers a variety of services to ensure that the Museum and its collection are accessible to all. For more information about access at OKCMOA visit If you have questions, need an accommodation not listed on our website, or have suggestions for how we can continue to improve access and inclusion at OKCMOA, contact the Admissions Desk during business hours at (405) 278-8237 or email