Group of BR!NKers team up and create 35mm — a multimedia musical theatre event in NYC.
2011 belonged to The Book of Mormon because it broke boundaries and introduced such a unique experience to attendees. How does 35mm differentiate itself from a “regular” show?
Jeremy: The form is pretty unusual. The text is a complicated web of photos and stories and commentary. There is no protagonist, but a cohesive emotional narrative with its own logic. The music is written in response to photos, and new photos are added in response to the music — the result is a mysterious collage that mimics more the experience of walking around a museum than sitting in a theatre (…).
35mm Cast, Musical Exhibitors
Painter ditches brushes, embraces drips, creates singular and impressive technique.
Your “Painting Timelapse” video blew up last month. What was that experience like?
…I actually posted the video to accompany my recent solo exhibition at the Elaine Fleck Gallery. A lot of people ask about my process, and when I try to explain to them, “Oh I use gravity, and I rotate my canvas and I don’t use brushes,” they’re like, “What?!?” (…).
Amy Shackleton, Master of Paint