Interview with Director Joshua Byron
Check out this interview with IDLE COSMOPOLITAN director joshua byron, who discusses their thought process on making films about queer people via their webseries
I’ve spent my short video career tracing my and others’ bodies as a way of locating and complicating personhood. For me this is always about deciphering, understanding, and abstracting queerness as an object and as a method. Art is always consumptive. It is an arm of capitalism because it is an object made for consumption even if money is not at play. All art, besides performance, is not a person but an object. So I try and make art in a way that is conscious of (subverts is too strong a word here) capitalism.
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