FEAST OF BURDEN | Written and directed by Eugene Kotlyarenko and produced by The Dungeon
Feast of Burden follows a group of old friends who get together for a dinner party, only to find themselves trapped by supernatural forces. Once the spell is cast absurdity, mayhem and death crash the party.
Feast of Burden is an online mini-series filled to the brim with melodramatic twists, absurd turns and a killer surprise ending all over the course of twelve 5-minute episodes.
Bursting with the loud palette of Technicolor Hollywood and playing fast and loose with the influence of Buñuel, Lynch and Warhol, the show creates a wild concoction sure to make fans of anyone looking for a fun and campy ride with a post-modern sensibility.
In stark contrast to the homogenized sketch comedy and bland aesthetics that define today’s selection of serialized web content, Feast of Burden offers something dramatic, stylized, provocative and smart. A bold, new dish.
Launching on MOCTAtv November 22, 2012
RECENT PRESS ON FEAST
T MAGAZINE: tmagazine.blogs.
LA WEEKLY: www.laweekly.com/2012-
Queering Sex is a performance and video exhibition that features the work of artists who are dealing with gender and sexuality. This cross-generational, trans-historical video program explores sex and sexuality via ideas and actions related to performance, and thereby highlighting a relationship between performativity and identity. The exhibition includes the participation of over 40 artists from Los Angeles, New York, and abroad.
Here are a couple of videos from my performances.