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DAZED DIGITAL: Punchdrunk, "Lila" from The Drowned Man

DAZED DIGITAL: Punchdrunk,

From Dazed Digital:

Our first theatre Visionaries to date are Punchdrunk. Since their formation in 2000, they have changed the face of live arts, offering deconstructed narratives and extreme atmospheres with their innovative concept of radical enviromental immersion, staging their experiences in train tunnels, decommissioned pharmaceutical headquarters and, of course, warehouses. Their latest production sees a central London sorting office transformed into a vast, 1960s movie studio complex for The Drowned Man , an orchestrally ambitious retelling of Woyzeck transposed into the darkest edges of Golden Age Hollywood. For the ending of the season, Punchdrunk have used their Visionary slot to add a further layer of mystery to their narrative with the telling of Lila's story. Click play and get dragged into their world.

 

 


UPDATES: Sandra Bullock Lost In Space, Madonna Shackled for #SecretProjectRevolution, and Jude Goes Nude

UPDATES: Sandra Bullock Lost In Space, Madonna Shackled for #SecretProjectRevolution, and Jude Goes Nude. Image Amplified www.imageamplified.com

 


UPDATE: Madonna and Steven Klein To Deliver SECRETPROJECTREVOLUTION Via BitTorrent

UPDATE: Madonna and Steven Klein To Deliver SECRETPROJECTREVOLUTION Via BitTorrent

Madonna is bringing the #artforfreedom revolution to the masses by working with BitTorrent. The effort, meant as a statement in support of freedom, curated by VICE, will be available to download starting September 24th, 2013.

UPDATE: Madonna and Steven Klein To Deliver SECRETPROJECTREVOLUTION Via BitTorrent. Image Amplified www.imageamplified.com

Steven Klein:

This film operates on many levels. It examines our private prisons. It questions what we do, how we do it, and how we treat others. It questions our governments, and our collective thought patterns. Think about it – the power of art can lead to peace.

 


ANDY WARHOL: The MoMA Exhibit

Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures, on exhibit at MoMA

Focuses on the artist's cinematic portraits and non-narrative, silent, and black-and-white films from the mid-1960s. Warhol's Screen Tests reveal his lifelong fascination with the cult of celebrity, comprising a visual almanac of the 1960s downtown avant-garde scene. (moma.org)

Warhol's Screen Tests, as well as his iconic Empire, Sleep, Eat and Kiss films have been included in the exhibition.

Taking it one step further, MoMA has invited Flickr members to create their own Screen Test-inspired films. Click this MoMA Warhol exhibition page for more information.

Andy Warhol: Motion Pictures will be on exhibit until March 21, 2011.