brought his ideas and all three parts of his magnum opus,
Tulse Luper Suitcases, to the Chicago
Humanities Festival. I've been a fan since Drowning
By Numbers burned certain images on my brain, back
feels the past 107 years of cinema has been little more
than illustrated text. The future of film is interactivity
and choice since the remote control killed cinema in 1983.
The Tulse Luper Suitcases is an uberproject with three films
(to fill the tradition of sitting in the dark looking at
a screen) and 92 DVDs, telling the stories of 92 characters
each with 92 stories, and 92
suitcases. Tulse Luper's life parallels the history
of uranium (atomic
number 92) with the themes of prisons and boundaries
and what people do within them.