Jesus Calzadillas, who is with a firm called Iverson Homebuilding, continues work on Monday on a Sundance Film Festival installation that will be on Swede
Jesus Calzadillas, who is with a firm called Iverson Homebuilding, continues work on Monday on a Sundance Film Festival installation that will be on Swede Alley during the January event. Jay Hamburger/Park Record

The Sundance Film Festival temporary pavilion under construction on Swede Alley will house a piece by artist Doug Aitken called "The Source (evolving)" discussing modern-day creativity. The pavilion will be part of Sundance's New Frontier program, which is moving to Old Town after having been at The Yard and Miners Hospital in past years.

The majority of the New Frontier installations will be in the nearby Gateway Center.

Sundance-related activity is slowly starting in Park City, including the recent posting of a sign at the Gateway Center identifying the building as the location of the main box office.