Tuesday, July 6, 2010

Alberts I-V

Last week, we had the amazing opportunity to create a video project for Aaron Meicht and Scott Blumenthal's OZET saga.  What is the OZET saga, you might ask?  In the words of the OZET masterminds - "Ten years before the historic launch of the Collective Sphere OZET, five men endure eight grueling months of astronautical training in a secret facility three miles west of Zhytomyr.  Two pioneers make the cut."

The OZET saga is a truly original theatrical experience I had the good fortune of witnessing earlier this year at St Mark's Church which struck me as a cross between absurdist Soviet era inspired theater and a folk rock sing along concert for Karl Marx, all fueled by Vodka and potatoes.  The next chapter in the OZET saga will featuring live acoustic and electronic music, dialogue, film, scientific exposition, boxing, duct tape, pickles and vodka August 5th - 8th, details at http://ozet.us  
Our video project will be screened (shot by the uber-talented DP Andres Karu), and I can't wait for you all to see it.  I haven't had this much fun in ages exploring non-narrative art film the likes of which I grew up with watching my mom document her pioneering Skyworks drops over the desert.  Here are a few stills from the shoot. See you there!


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