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Jeff Koons (Oberon Modern Plays) Paperback – 11 Oct 2004
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"""Jeff Koons is a wonderfully playful assemblage of language, rhythmic and hypnotic, comic and profound. It travels from the nightclub to the bedroom to the artist's studio to the street and beyond. It's full of arresting contradictions; about being in the crowd and being alone, about casual sex and enduring love and about making something simple that has a lasting meaning. Ultimately, for me, it's about making connections, how we reach one another, get through to each other, or not, whether through sex or love or art or commerce or noise or silence or whatever."" Gordon Andersen, director of Jeff Koons, Actors Touring Company"
About the Author
David Tushingham works as a dramaturg and curator for the Salzburg Festival and the Duesseldorfer Schauspielhaus. He has adapted Salman Rushdie's Haroun and the Sea of Stories for The National Theatre, London and translated plays by Roland Schimmelpfennig, Dea Loher, Falk Richter and numerous other contemporary German playwrights. His recent translation of Roland Schimmelpfennig's The Golden Dragon has been performed in London, Edinburgh, Washington D.C., Toronto, Pittsburgh, Melbourne and on tour in India, Kurdistan and Ireland. Rainald Goetz was born in Munich in 1954. He has gained doctorates in both medicine and history and lives and works as a freelance writer in Berlin. He has been described as the 'Irvine Welsh of the new generation of German "pop" writers'.
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