The secrets of achieving romantic ideals through the embrace of privacy-shredding technologies are revealed by Jon Keith Brunelle in the next session of his highly regarded seminar. See how estranged couples heal their relationships by mutual spying! Learn how to reach a dream lover by addressing Times Square surveillance cameras! Your participation recorded without your knowledge or consent, guaranteed.
Called "smart, dark, and funny," Better Love Through Surveillance is a monologue delivered as a motivational PowerPoint lecture, satirizing our intertwined passions for intimacy and information. Developed and presented in New York venues notable and obscure, Better Love Through Surveillance is ready for your theater, performance space, lecture hall, or rumpus room.
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Jon Keith Brunelle has performed satiric multimedia storytelling in New York for ten years. From 2004 to 2005, Jon was a resident artist at Galapagos Art Space, curating and hosting The Psychasthenia Society, a monthly program of stories, video mixes, and electronic/laptop music featuring a rotating bill of guest artists. During 2004, An Evening with The Psychasthenia Society was mounted in a Schoolhouse Roxx program at P.S. 122 with the collaboration of three dance companies. The Psychasthenia Society slimmed down to a fixed trio of Jon, video artist Daniel Vatsky, and deejay/composer Mad EP (Matt Peters) for The Nanolove Report, written by Jon and performed by the trio, enjoying a successful run at Collective: Unconscious Theatre during 2005 and 2006 (check out the Psychasthenia Society archive). Further New York appearances include Monkey Town, Dixon Place, Forward Motion Theater, Grace Exhibition Space, and 92YTribeca.
Photo of Jon, seated, by Joshua Weiner of Evil Conspiracy Photography. Text copyright © 2016 by Jon Keith Brunelle.