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A series of posters inspired by the films of James O. Incandenza, a fictional character from the David Foster Wallace novel, Infinite Jest
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A series of posters inspired by the films of James O. Incandenza, a fictional character from the David Foster Wallace novel, Infinite Jest
Blood Sister: One Tough Nun. 35mm.; 90 minutes; color; sound. Parody of revenge/recidivism action genre, a formerly delinquent nun’s failure to reform a juvenile delinquent leads to a rampage of recidivist revenge.
Flux in a Box. 35mm.; 52 minutes; black and white/color; sound. Documentary history of box, platform, lawn, and court tennis from the 17th-century Court of Dauphin to the present.
Good-Looking Men in Small Clever Rooms That Utilize Every Centimeter of Available Space With Mind-Boggling Efficiency. Unfinished due to hospitalization. UNRELEASED
Homo Duplex. Super-8mm.; 70 minutes, black and white; sound. Parody of Woititz and Shulgin’s ‘poststructural antidocumentaries,’ interviews with fourteen Americans who are named John Wayne but are not the legendary 20th-century film actor John Wayne.
Accomplice! 16mm.; 26 minutes; color; sound. An aging pederast mutilates himself out of love for a strangely tattooed street hustler. Withdrawn from dissemination after Cartridge Scene reviewers called Accomplice! ‘…the stupidest, nastiest, least subtle and worst-edited product of a pretentious and wretchedly uneven career.’