"They propose a paranoid cityscape laced with a pervasive mistrust of perception, and, therefore, of many of the assumptions upon which one's social and economic navigation of the city - and of these institutional spaces of art - depend... in different ways, these artworkd register the uncomfortable nature of this environment, pointing to the hysterial eruptions of theatre in every facet of interaction - from the casual encounter on the street, to a view of the passing crowd, to the figure of authority."
-'From Invisible Theatre to Thai Soup' by Catherine Wood.
Screen shots from All for One Productions first documentary shoot. These photographs were shot at the Bedford Avenue "L" subway stop. All for One Productions was the name of our assigned film crew for the Documentary Workshop course at Ithaca College. The subject, Theo Eastwind, successfully takes advantage of public spaces such as the New York City Mass Transit system to promote and sell his music. For more information on Theo please visit: http://www.theoeastwind.com/.
If our pitch of this shoot had passed the scrutiny of our manager and teacher, Ben Crane, we would have continued on to create a compilation documentary of recession-proof jobs.