I am back from the Living Walls conference in Atlanta and as expected I had a damn blast. there’s very few things i enjoy more than being around other fellow artists and make art and do things. night-trespassing a swimming pool and a cemetery and sleeping on a wooden rooftop floor brought me back to my teenage years, but going to the Quarry was probably my favorite.
apart from screening my film Megunica, i also gave a small “pecha-kucha” style presentation, in which i introduced my new documentary project, The archaeology of the future. the whole thing consists in showing 20 images with a 20 seconds fixed time to talk about each. when 20 secs pass, the person controlling the slideshow will cruelly move on to the next, and you have to keep up with the flow of the presentation. trust me, it’s hard.