Fortunato Depero


(2008) and Who's Hungry?/Santa Monica (2010): a series of puppet shows based on the stories of homeless people in Los Angeles. Disfarmer (2009) is a puppet show about the American photographer Mike Disfarmer. The background to this performance featured in the documentary Puppet by director David Soll. Earlier performances include: NO(thing so powerful as) Truth (1995), Constance and Ferdinand (1991), The Jazz Section (1989) and his toy play The Day The Ketchup Turned Blue (1997), based on a short story by John C. Russell. Hurlin teaches dance, puppetry and theatre at Sarah Lawrence College in Yonkers, New York. He won the 2013-14 Rome Prize in the visual arts from the American Academy in Rome. Demolishing Everything with Amazing Speed had its global premiere in 2016 during the SummerScape Festival in the state of New York. This performance is Hurlin's debut at the Holland Festival.