Signature to this performance, Mason included props from the film- displaying the original newspaper article and figurines featured in the film outside the viewing space. Mason also incorporated a wind chime, typewriter, and other objects into her perfromance. Moving through the aisle, standing at her podium, displayed on screen- Mason filled with space.
After it ended, audience members were left speechless. Applause roared through the intimate crowd and questions began. The viewers loved and were entranced by what they had just seen.
Look for an exclusive interview-based piece coming soon- which analyzes Rachel Mason's creative process- both in life and in her film.
For more info on the film itself, such as future screenings, please see livesofhamiltonfish.com or rachelannmason.com
Patrons enjoying a delicious meal courtesy of Birdsall House and John Sharp
Table outside of viewing space, with props and documents from/relating to the film
Rachel Mason performing as the newspaper editor alongside her film