Odds At Sea Bahian Odyssey

Pataccio's DeClamorOn

A performantz piece exhaled by the White Fool of Hot Air playing a board game which comes to life and he suddenly is soldiering a Bozo soccer team thru the pneumatic sculptures like a giant live pinball machine. 4:07

AIRTOPIA

A compilation with excerpts from Roamin’ Holiday: Pasta Madonna, Sam Sebastian, St. Agatha and the Nincompope. Also included are excerpts from Pat Oleszko’s Eggcellent Adventure, Roamin’ Holiday: a Few From A Broad (the stage version), The Rat that Stole the River, Cesar’s Salad Daze: A Reading and Bleeding, Kneepoleon: A Short Suite, Giordano Bruno Meets His Match, Rubble Without Pause, and Airs to De Throne: Assault and Batteries. 20:45

Two for the Road: Excerpts

This vision of Napoleon is seen here as Kneepoleon, a character located from the knee down. The film gives a skewed rendition of Bone-a-parts life that takes place mostly in flashback. Alone, in his final exile, are the disparate musings of the mind hopelessly astray. The fire brings to light moments of former glory—the coronation, the many battles and marches, moments at sea, the snowy battles in Russia, Waterloo, and final exile in St Helena. He has, for all his glory, become downsized.

All this is accomplished with severely diminished props and costumes, a healthy disregard of the facts and a hero’s nose for good lighting. Presented as a silent movie in glorious black and white bookended by color scenes of the cast entering an inflated movie house for the film opening in Knee-Hi Max, An Able Glance Production. 8:04

Kneepoleon: A Short Suite

From a performance at Carnegie Mellon University where 9 verdant characters are brought to life by an up-side-down tree gardener and as a group grope attempt rescue of their fronds at the Conservatory. 5:43

Stalking Walking Topiary

This was an interstellar pageant of planetary peregrinations based on the absurdism of Swift scene-d thru the eyes of crass consciousness, social mores and the need to sail forth in an obtuse fashion to places untoward and usually humiliating. Working hand-in-glove, tongue-in-cheek and foot-in-mouth with students at the University of Michigan, I took Gulliblurr to the sky as he sieze art in all the wrong places, ending his flights of fancy and ms-anthropy by falling for a horse of a different collar. 15:48

Gulliblurr's Travels
Odds At Sea Bahian Odyssey
Inspired by Condomble practices, the gentle breezes of Bahia and the spirit of the Bahians, this 12 hour performantz started at an overgrown church, traveled down the montain thru the villages and finally into the sea.
Pataccio's DeClamorOn
The filmed performance was instigated by the Civitella Ranieri fellowship, inspired by the castle, propelled by the friends and fellows, compelled by the materials forgotten and found, and resolved thru harried fairy tales both lost and profound. The muse was A-muse, with muse(sic) by fellow fellow Oliver Schneller with assordid histrionics by the Crass of Spring 2012.
AIRTOPIA
A performantz piece exhaled by the White Fool of Hot Air playing a board game which comes to life and finds himself soldiering a Bozo soccer team thru the pneumatic sculptures like a giant pinball machine.
Two for the Road: Excerpts
Excerpts from a peripatetic event involving the updated lives and lithes of the saints, near saints and saintly-nests in Rome followed with a compendium of diverse shorts works.
Kneepoleon: A Short Suite
The film gives a skewed rendition of Bone-a-part's life that takes place mostly in flashback. Alone, in his final exile, are the disparate musings of the mind hopelessly astray. He has, for all his glory, become downsized. All this is accomplished with severely diminished props and costumes, a healthy disregard of the facts and a hero’s nose for good lighting.
Stalking Walking Topiary
From a performance at Carnegie Mellon where 9 verdant characters are brought to life by the Up-side-down-tree Gardener and, as a group grope, attempt rescue of their fronds at the Conservatory
Gulliblurr's Travels
An interstellar pageant of planetary peregrinations based on the absurdism of Swift scene-d thru the eyes of crass consciousness, social mores and the need to sail forth in obtuse fashion to places unknown and usually humiliating. Working hand-in-glove, tongue-in-cheek and foot-in-mouth with students at the University of Michigan, I took Gulliblurr to the sky as he sieze art in all the wrong places, ending his flights of fancy and msanthropy by falling for a horse of a different collar.