Joey Skaggs “Maestro of the Farce” interviewed by Spanish arts and activist collective Homo Velamine [Spanish & English]

An in-depth interview with Joey Skaggs
by Demófila Martínez and Luis Platypus of
Homo Velamine


“The internet has theoretically made the world more democratic in the sense that more people can contribute to the conversation. But the internet is not only a tool, it has become a weapon. I’m reminded of a short Surrealist poem by Jacques Prévert, “It Droppeth as the Gentle Rain.” It is about a ballet in which shit is falling from the sky and the dancers have to move around on stilts. That’s what it feels like now. The shit’s getting deeper.”

Read the whole interview in Spanish or in English.