Miami artist Bert Rodriguez does the unexpected. He held a clearance sale of his work at ArtLA, where his little pocket of commerce jolted gallery patrons. For the 2008 Whitney Biennial, he offered therapy sessions in a little white cube, prescribing art projects as treatment for people’s emotional baggage. So when he survived a traumatic hit-and-run accident while biking on Biscayne Boulevard a few years ago, we’re not completely sure if it was the result of performance art or just bad Miami driving (but we’re putting our money on the latter). It’s that blur between art and reality that makes Rodriguez such a worthwhile subject for a documentary. Wet Heat Projects, the local film company of Bill Bilowit and Grela Orihuela, trailed the artist for three years as his oeuvre garnered national... More >>>