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“Bruce and Dom” Scene Sixteen: The Creative Ultimatum

November 20th, 2012 by admin

“Bruce and Dom” Scene Sixteen:  The Creative Ultimatum

Dom asks Bruce what she liked about his project and complications arise:

Bruce and Dom Trivia

One interesting thing to consider about Bruce and Dom is the take count. For the first two-thirds of the movie, everything is done in one take. This is done for two reasons. One, it is to reaffirm the idea that this is a transcript they are reading, not a script. To refine the performance is to change knowledge and delivery into something closer to a read-through of a movie script. The aim is to capture organic reaction on camera.

The second is to observe the almost coincidental moments of art and humor that come in these untrained, unrefined moments. There are things very rarely recorded with intention behind it.

From the Archives: “Reflections on Foreign Things Found in Her Drawer”

Reflections on Foreign Things Found in Her Drawer is part of the clothing-as-canvas series from my early twenties.  It is a story about salvage missions and the price of things that pose as free.  The materials used are old undershirts.  The text is spray paint stencil.

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