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SUMMARY FOR THE CURIOUS: My work concerns the deliberate framing of sexual acts in environments as diverse as artificially constructed theatre stages to language courses for existing and fictive languages. Other themes include exploration of the myth of narcissism in the expression of homosexuality, the "strangeness" which the world associates with behaviour that does not match the highly problematic notion of the "normal" and also the very nature of "art" itself: is art about formalisation (e.g. notion of "les beaux arts"] or should it be about the tearing apart of such complex layers of formality revealing the raw primeval self (e.g. Japanese Butoh), pure emotions (e.g. Isadora Duncan school) or the absurdity of existence (e.g. the Dada movement)? I should also mention the importance of humour in what I do. No matter how serious this text may sound, I am always poking fun at someone (usually myself), some school of thought or some artistic form or genre.
EXTRA INFO FOR THE EXTREMELY INTERESTED: I generally use music, photography, film and graphic design to explore the frames we use to make sense of reality; it is my way of making sense of the insane theatre we are all complicit in perpetuating, i.e. reality. Things you will see on restricted sites such as this one explore particularly the relationship between sexuality, fetishism, formalization and art. There are themes, however, that link all sides to my work, which involve exploring on the one hand raw sensuality and extreme formalisation on the other. Looking back, it seems surprising to me now how safe and sanitary the ideals were in music and theatre of my own creation which attempted to transcend physicality; its ultimate acceptance goes deeper than just the ability to include my own body in the creative process to the complex set of sociocultural processes which we all use to construct our sexualities. This side to my work has become an acceptance of an interface between the cerebral and the sexual and the necessity of their expression on both a bodily and an artistic level.
PLEASE STOP SENDING ME FRIEND REQUESTS IF YOU HAVE NO DESIRE TO GET TO KNOW ME; I"m ignoring all friend requests now except those accompanied by interesting responses to my films. If you like the work you can always subscribe to it or become a fan; but I never add people to a friend list who I know nothing about, sorry, but I"ve to 200 waiting for approval and no reason to approve them. In any case, a few years ago I would have found it hard to believe that I would be creating art that had the potential to offend people. But what I find surprising these days it that people who are expecting in every sense profanity feel offended by the way I serve up the goods in an unfamiliar shell or frame, such as the silent film or the language lesson. I know that when people react negatively in an empassioned or explosive way to my work they are doing so in an attempt to make sense of unexpected and possibly uncomfortable emotions. Knowing this, however, does not help me to cope with such negative criticism, even though I know that such aimless attacks are uninformed. I would still prefer that you did not send me pointlessly negative commentary as I will probably take it personally.
CONTACT INFO: Please send all enquiries to the following address firstname.lastname@example.org. I would love to hear and react to your comments and also direct you personally to my other websites. By the way, I generally do not add friends unless the invitation is accompanied by a personal mail; I am happy to answer any questions and for you to subscribe; but what is the point of adding people to a list who of friends who do not have anything to say to you and who really only function to lengthen your list unnecessarily.
Would you like to partipate in my artistic projects? Get togethers could be arranged. Contact me at email@example.com for more information.
FRIEND REQUESTS I MAY ACCEPT:  someone who sends me a private mail,  someone who has favourited my films and has posted his own films,  someone who has videos I like or that are interesting. In other words I am only interested in friends who have something to say to me or who are genuinely interested in what I do. Everyone else is filling up my mail box when you could just subscribe or become a fan.
Heb je belangstelling om mee te doen aan mijn kunstprojecten? Stuur uw vragen naar firstname.lastname@example.org.
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FRIEND REQUESTS I AUTOMATICALLY REFUSE:  someone who has many friends in relation to the amount of time they have been a member, someone who has no films or pictures. In other words I am not interested in being added to a list of a 20,000 people who I have no relation to. Who needs more than a hundred friends if you do not know who they are or why they have contacted you? I certainly do not.
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