I’ve been making short films to play during the exhibitions.  Sometimes on a little TV hanging among the other paintings, sometimes projected over everything (which I hated).  The art director isn’t that concerned about the films, he just wants more stamps and prints to sell.  He can suck it, cause I like doing ’em.

Here is a very short clip of the 2nd film in the Phineas Gage series, an ongoing chronicle of  the man who had the world’s first frontal lobotomy (albeit accidental). It’s just a bit of silliness I like to call “vaudevillian expressionism.”

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