If you are interested in showing our work in your art gallery, film center, cinema, venue or creative space where you hold screenings, we have available a ready-to-go dvd reel of recent works from various absurdist video artists from around the world.
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Three experimental pieces have recently surfaced. The first is an absurdist work from Collapse called “It’s A Man”, next is a work from Eli Elliott titled “Teacher/Student”, and finally a bizarre video featuring, and called, “Doll Abuse”.
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The second Absurdist Film Festival will premiere Saturday, January 10th in Boise, Idaho at the VISUAL ARTS COLLECTIVE
COLLAPSE – Boise
Eli Elliott – Los Angeles
Shay St. John – Los Angeles
Andy Heck Boyd – Boston
Dee Yamamoto – Sacamento
Will Rahilly – New York City
Goat Worship – Edmonton
Diego Agulló – Berlin
Greg Barth – London
Julie Verhoeven – London
Andy Heck Boyd had the premiere of his solo show called DIGITAL PRINCE last week at Kittery, Maine’s premier avant garde art space, BUOY GALLERY. The show runs through September 15th. Several of Andy’s prints, many of which have already sold, as well as video projections of his Absurdist Video Art are on display.
A wonderful mini-documentary on the show, and of Andy, was put together by WeLiveinNewYorkAndLA.com and can be viewed below.
A new Randy Prozac (Goat Worship) interview recently surfaced on a Spanish website. Below is the English translation link. Prozac riffs on his website design, facebook, the new world order, and rumors about subliminal messages laced throughout his various video work.
i suggest throwing your computer in the garbage if you really want to make a progressive step towards freedom. otherwise get back on YouTube and jerk off to more cartoons and funny cat videos, but keep complaining about the new world order, then go relax and completely immerse yourself in new world order video game mind control technologies that rewire your ability to process information, and then go eat the new world orders poisonous food that you paid for with non-existent worthless Illuminati ones and zeros.
FULL PROZAC INTERVIEW IN ENGLISH
Collapse productions have been shooting a series of new work and sent in a few stills to share. These “anti-comedy sketch shorts” will be featured in the upcoming Absurdist Film Festival (#2) slated to premiere in late October of 2014 and will feature artists on this site as well as a slew of recent works from newly discovered video artists who all create in the absurdist vein.
More on the festival to come, as well as news on some upcoming absurdist documentaries and films both currently in production and soon to be released.
A long dormant Eli Elliott finally emerges with a new piece, and while it only clocks in just over a minute or so, it’s a strong resurfacing. A word re-arrange on the Circumpolar Whirl (aka “Polar Vortex”), Polar Circum Whirls hints at some of his own personal head spinning cyclone’esque conundrums 2014 seems to be delivering.