Is it really possible to make a living and a lifestyle out of loving theatre?
Complicité’s new endeavour, Shun-kin, is a tale of love, obsession, devotion, and selflessness – one that will stay with me for a long time.
Understanding the ‘subtext’ of a play is to grapple with the tacit language of metaphor, understatement, pause and silence.
What does it take for a film to leave an indelible mark on our memory?
Modern theatre criticism has problems, and those problems are generational in nature. That’s the one overriding conclusion with which I left the Royal Court after Brickbats in Cyberspace, in which a panel of theatre critics, bloggers and theatre practitioners convened … Continued
Among the high-flying tech moguls of Silicon Valley Loren Feldman is something of an awkward rarity. He’s an agent-provocateur, a performer deft in the derrisory or to quote him in his own words, a “New York loud mouth kind of … Continued
The Event Horizon sculptures seemed to me to function along that painful and poignant artistic line which highlights the gap between the collective and individual experience.
It might sound surprising to hear the visionary filmmaker and multi-media artist Peter Greenaway claiming the death of cinema, given that he is working on three new films to be shot next year, and that his last work Nightwatching (2007) … Continued
Google’s opinion on the performance is the only one that counts in this instance. The backbone of new media is not the content but the code.
Loren Feldman is a New York video blogger, owner of the video production company 1938media. He is known by peers for his direct approach to controversial issues in the tech industry.