This is about a month old, but I just got around to posting the pictures on flickr. The show was great. I only saw one performance. Everyday was improvised. It was a sort of shamanistic ‘conversation’ between Momus and Mai. Momus would improvise stories based outside input provided by Mai. An Apple iBook served out some spooky ambiance. I also captured some video and audio using my little Canon Elph. I’ll try to post it sometime soon. More about the show here: iMomus.
- 42. Composite.42. Composite.
- 42. Lithic Haemorrhage.42. Lithic Haemorrhage.
- Sketchbook #41. Floating.Sketchbook #41. Floating.
- Sketchbook #40. Glasses.Sketchbook #40. Glasses.
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