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Junk TV presents

THE FLOPHOUSE

A SIX PART FILM ENCASED WITHIN LIVE PERFORMANCE

Ulysses Black, as Reverend Kurtzweil delivers Austin Osman Spare's the 'Sermon to the Hypocrites' to the audience of Junk TV's 'FlopHouse'

Ulysses Black, as Reverend Kurtzweil delivers Austin Osman Spare's the 'Sermon to the Hypocrites' to the audience of Junk TV's 'FlopHouse'

Komedia
Brighton 2008-2009

The idea of the 'space between spaces' that was the enigmatic realm of the Flophouse allowed the performers to draw on other current elements, with part of the Sitting Bear and the Moon's Reflection, show characters and concepts to appear in cameo form suggesting the idea that the world of the character Sitting Bear, as much as the human world may both be accessed through the Flophouse, with Sitting Bear appearing in different forms, like and recorded during the flophouse events, while the villainous Rev'd Kurtzweil, would himself come to be the mysterious voice of 'god' barking commands to the pious puppet priests that occupy Sitting Bear's own world, as presented in the Inconvenient Spoof puppety show 'Sitting Bear and the Man in the Moon's Reflection'.  

 

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