|Artistic passion and commercial greed collide in a new digitally created narrative/performance format that fluidly mixes sampled commercials, live action cinematic drama, DJ / VJ culture and live music. Palladio asks the question, "In a world where the line between culture and commerce is increasingly blurred, can you really sell out anymore?" Based on the 1998 novel Palladio by New York Times Magazine writer Jonathan Dee, Neill and Jones' new media performance work tells the story of an unlikely romantic triangle set against the backdrop of the often conflicting worlds of music, art and advertising.
Mikel Rouse: "MAL OSBORNE"
Zoe Lister-Jones: "MOLLY HOWE"
Cort Garretson: "JOHNNY MILO"
and Doug Kastilahn as "THE ANNOUNCER"
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