Artist/writer/film-maker GX Jupitter-Larsen is based in Hollywood, California.
Shot around the world, from Hollywood to Switzerland to the Arctic circle in Norway, A Noisy Delivery has been six years in the making.
As writer & director, A Noisy Delivery is in a long line of GX's film and video projects. In a piece entitled Blank Banner, during the 1980s, GX submitted a silent blank video tape to over forty video festivals. It was screened in nine.
GX's 1994 vampire romp Holes On The Neck still enjoys a passionate cult following to this day.
Much of GX's visual & conceptual work is a self-created lexicon consisting mainly of personalized units of measurement such as the polywave, the totimorphous, and the xylowave. Forget about metric conversion, this is GX conversion. The polywave is his own personal alternative to the inch. All nations and cultures direct their participants to conform to a master narrative, as if its story was the only one worth measuring. GX has his own story to recount, and that's where the polywave and totimorphous come in. They are the inches he uses to measure his life.
A casual observer's literacy of GX's lexicon is optional. The artist employs all misunderstandings as a useful calibration. Comparing a reinterpretation to the original intent gives the artist a deeper awareness of his own thought process. By this means, there is no passive audience, only collaborators.
( A Noisy Delivery )