Diverse Works by Matt Hulse

Posted by | Conversations at the Edge | Posted on | October 28, 2004

Thursday, October 28, 2004, 8pm

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Matt Hulse in person!

Matt Hulse was born upside-down in 1873. He trained at the Court of King James the Awkward in the art of crystal shoe making. He later founded the College of Wax working in Krakow, Poland, the site of which was the inspiration for Renais’ Last Year at Marienbad. He currently lives and works up a gum tree in Bolivia with his third wife and collection of miniature stuffed dogs. He’s currently developing a feature film called I Cycled into the Arctic Circle based on a book by a deaf cyclist and is also collaborating with Dutch film artist Joost van Veen on a short which features an enormous kinetic device called The Exchange. Trickster Matt Hulse will present a program of diverse works of music and image, including: Take Me Home (1997); Wee Tree (1998), Loslassen! (Let It Go!) (2002); Polskie Buty (Polish Shoes) (2002) Now I Am Yours (2001), The Plot (2002), Come On Let’s Go (2001), God Save the Queen (2002), Half Life (2004). 1997-2004, Matt Hulse, Britain, ca. 60 min, various formats.

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