David Hoyle is infamous for his anarchic live performances. In this award-winning collection of short films, created with Nathan Evans, he exits the stage and occupies the streets for a series of intimate encounters with the public.
David Hoyle is an artist and human being. Residencies at the Royal Vauxhall Tavern have included Dave's Drop-In Centre and Magazine; he's manifested at venues across the planet including Sydney Opera House and on Channel 4 as The Divine David. He co-directed the feature film Uncle David.
Nathan Evans is a writer, director and producer. His work has been funded by the Arts Council, toured by the British Council, archived by the British Film Institute, broadcast on Channel 4 and awarded a statuette here and there.
Live Art Development Agency, 2012, DVD-PAL, 65 minutes.
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