- Jeremy Workman
Recluse. Artist. Friend. These three words are the defining characteristics of octogenarian outsider artist Al Carbee, whom filmmaker Jeremy Workman befriended and documented for over a decade in Carbee’s gigantic house in Maine, spurred on by the VHS tapes Carbee would send in between visits. The bond that they share, coupled with Carbee’s extraordinarily out-there art (most of which features Barbies), makes for a film that shows that friendship, and wonder, know no bounds for the creative.
Cosponsored with Science & Technology Studies