Scenes from Chaos Manor

I’m back in North Carolina after two weeks in Brooklyn.  The experiment succeeded, thanks to the efforts of the remarkable director Christopher McElroen and an inspiring and dedicated collective of video, photography, and audio pros, performers, musicians, and production assistants.  More to come on Step 1 of Chaos Manor, including photos and audio-video.  Meanwhile, here is a series of photographs by the Invisible Dog’s Simon Courchel indicating what was done this past weekend.

-Sam Stephenson

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1 Comment

  1. Frank Amoss Said,

    September 20, 2011 @ 1:35 pm

    I attended the event on Friday night. The projected scenes and sounds were very reminiscent of the matter-of-fact events of day-to-day living at 821 during my residency in 1961. The live music was particularly indicative of the bebop and free form jazz played every night on the fifth floor.

    Sam and his crew did a thorough job of accurately recreating the life style at Chaos Manor.

    Frank Amoss