July 5, 2022 8:00 PM (UTC)
About this event
The sweetest dreams can be born of monster. Animated from the oil painting by David Cheifetz @davidcheifetz ~ Digital painting contributions by Mathis @Mathooss ~ Poetry from Shakespeare’s “The Tempest” ~ Mixed media, produced and performed by Laurence Fuller @laurencefuller
8:00 PM UTC
Actor / Writer
Laurence Fuller is an Actor and Award~Winning writer Best known for his lead roles in feature films “Road To The Well”, “Apostle Peter & The Last Supper”, “Paint It Red” and HBO’s “Minx” ~ Laurence actually got his start in British theatre, training at Bristol Old Vic Theatre School and taking the lead role in the West End theatre production of “Madness In Valencia” at Trafalgar Studios. Writing credits include “Modern Painters” and the Award~Winning Screenplay “Modern Art” about his late father, the art critic Peter Fuller. He brings Spoken Word Poetry & Art Collaborations to the NFT art world.
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