Human Intwist Group, 2009
3 sessions of 20 participants
RM: The last time we saw you, in Amsterdam, it was in this workshop of porno script writing called the Human Intwist Group that you set up in the meeting room of a five-star hotel. You played this kind of jackass, hip advertising guy and as the participants walked in, all wearing nametags, as "Bill", "Bob", "Barb" or "Bell", you greeted us as members of your firm. You served us Armagnac and said we should have a nice time, but that we just got a big new client, an airline, who wants us to come up with a series of porn films that would be set and shot completely inside their airplanes. You set us up in groups of two and we devised porn films in specific genres like mistake porn, ambiguous or "fog" porn, pedagogical porn, minimalist porn, dry porn, waste porn, creole porn and crypto-absurdist porn, the genre of our film determined by the combination of our new names on a grid. After 20 minutes we all stood and presented our concepts and the one voted the best got to take home your wife, or rather, walk her home.