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Len Horsey
Artist - Mixed Media

I joined Create50 in 2015. I have reviewed 3 projects.

I sometimes wear wooden underpants and sing.

Films that Inspired Me

Wings of Desire, Pulp Fiction, Blood Simple, American Beauty, Memento, The Third Man, Deliverance, The Bourne Trilogy, El Topo, Delicatessen, Zatoichi, Get Carter

My Favorite Quote

A pint of a thin glass.

My Friends

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About Me

My wooden underpants wearing singing alter ego, ‘Norman Clayture’ has been hanging around and appearing at various locations throughout the years, including the Sidewalk Café, New York, PrØverommet, Teatergarasjen, Bergen, Norway, also several weddings, social events, exhibitions, bedrooms, and Live Art Events.

In 1997 I made a pair of Bronze Underpants entitled ‘Hypocrisy in a Lifeboat.’ These lovely bronze undercrackers appeared in the exhibition - Beck’s New Contemporaries.

In 2015 I was commissioned to write a binaural audio script adaptation from the 1962 Henk Harvey film - ‘Carnival of Souls’ by Film Hub, North West Central. The project was produced by Sally Folkard, directed by Bren O’Callaghan and featured British actress Amanda Hennessy & American performance artist & singer songwriter Baby Dee. It premiered at Cornerhouse, Cinema One, Manchester and is currently touring the UK.

My Recent Work

Screenplay: The Last Unknown Soldier Draft 2 for The Impact:50

Work I Really Enjoyed and Recommend

The God Particle by Sedley Proctor

The Shelter by Sandra Ahola

Sat-Phone by Dan Price

Work I have left feedback on (3 of 3)

The God Particle by Sedley Proctor

The Shelter by Sandra Ahola

Sat-Phone by Dan Price

All Feedback

Create50 Live Projects

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Singularity 50 // Book // collection of short stories

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The Singularity50 Book Has A Website

Quick update, we now have a website for The Singularity50. The stories are still, as you know, being read, re-read and judged. But do check out the site and if you would like to write a blog about your experiences and story for The Singularity, drop me a line with it and we will get it published on the site