Disastrous screenings, Nam June Paik's meeting with Bill Clinton, and time spent as a dog.
A Day in My Life as a Dog
I don't know how it really happened, but one day in 1967, I decided to try a dog's life. I mean, to live like a dog among dogs.
I was helped in this idea by the fact that I was staying at the house of Minnie Cushing—actually it was an old mansion, in Massachusetts, and there were many dogs in it, big and small, old and young, and they seemed to be all of a family, a family of dogs.
It was not really my idea. It was an idea of Peter Beard who often gets such crazy ideas. But I liked it.[ Read More ]