A conversation with everyone’s favorite 26-year-old writer, director, actor, and auteur of millenial dislocation about the benefits (and burdens) of growing up in a family of artists. The familiarity (and insecurity) bred by sudden fame, insensitive actupuncturists,
two my favourite people talking to each other. i DIED.
yoshua okon’s ‘octopus’
The piece, shot on location at a Los Angeles Home Depot store, explores the relationships among Guatemalan day laborers who at home fought on opposite sides of the Guatemalan civil war, yet here in the U.S. are working side-by-side in their efforts to find employment. The work was produced during Okon’s residency with the Hammer.
tomorrow i will have a chance to see and hear heiner goebbels’ music (and himself as well) at the rncm in manchester. can’t wait.