About Interview Me
Interview Me integrates public installation, multi-media performance, and dance theatre to explore the ways in which interviews function in our society. Curry+Dillon exploit the drama and architecture of “the interview” in a highly interactive evening where the audience plays a significant role in the experience. Drawing from historical references and contemporary social media, Interview Me forces an up-close investigation of America’s love affair, and contemporary culture’s fascination, with the interview.
Curry+Dillon are Seattle & New York artist collaborators who explore recurring themes of reality versus fiction through interactive events. They have presented multi-disciplinary interactive performances in theaters, galleries and installed themselves in retail windows, hotel rooms, and other public spaces in their ongoing experimentation with communication-based, endurance performance. Previous select works include The Agreement (2010), a Seattle / New York cross-country performance installation; the Moore Inside/Out Project (2009); Performance Memoirs (2008) in Seattle’s Hotel Max; and participation in MOTEL (2008). Curry+Dillon have been funded by the Paul G. Allen Foundation, 4Culture, Office of Arts and Cultural Affairs, Art Patch, and many individuals and businesses.
About Northwest Film Forum
Northwest Film Forum is Seattle’s premier film arts organization, screening over 200 independently made and classic films annually, offering a year-round schedule of film making classes for all ages, and supporting filmmakers at all stages of their careers. Live at the Film Forum presents innovative, newly commissioned performances that take cinema off the screen and into live theater. Projects commissioned for Live at the Film Forum bridge disciplines, connect artists with audiences and integrate the temporary exhilaration of live theater with the lasting qualities of film.