The right angle: a short experimental video

Despite a brief hiatus due to having a dose of flu, this short narrative came about through my inexplicable fixation with the dirty corners in which things collect. Integrated into one of the later episodes in the archive “NEO-LONDON” (which deals with ‘The Secret Life of Rubbish’,) I decided to spend all day and all night in a corner like all the other bits of garbage that collect there in a vague effort to heighten the realism of my research. The particular corner I ended up occupying was nestled between a row of apartment building and an abandoned office, close to the Tate Modern art gallery. Hardly noticing him at first, (and mistaking him for just another piece of rubbish,) an appealingly dull fellow was also nestled in the corner and, after exchanging pleasantries, he began to explicate at length the virtues of having ‘the right angle’. The following interview is the result of this fieldwork.

Link to full project: NEO-LONDON

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