For the past year, there’ve been a quiet host of interviews and films coalescing around…and I guess problematizing…the boundaries between my “self” and my “work”. In any case, Interviews, Made-for-TVimeo Documentary (should we approach the infomercial?), and a milieu of footages keep happening, and each time it feels like they probe a little deeper and uncover parts of myself I maybe wish I’d kept clothed. Chronologically, I want to present these things: Firstly, a shockingly beautiful twenty minute-long film about me by Keaton Smith in New Orleans, who captured my street performance really immaculately.
And Secondly, the fruit of an extended communication, mostly electronic, between an anarchist street performer and a Marxist post-grad blogger: A Multiplicity of Interviews RLW K 2011 (2). Please don’t hesitate to check out their other work. Keaton’s can be found on his channel, and Ross’ at his website, where he also performs a delightfully sly prelude to our interview.
Watching oneself depiction is always formative, Quantum-Mechanical and Automatically-Reflexive, Moody… I have so many different voices.