- Dark Mofo: An Unusual Angle
I think mystery and the unknown are far more interesting and intriguing than something that is just revealed and all out there and open, and you're told what to think and what it is. So we deliberately don’t give too much away.
"Allowing the audience to find their own way is far more interesting than us trying to spell it out."
I think the festival is an extension of the way I see the world, and I think I see it for all the horror and beauty that it is, all aspects. I think attempting to make it all light, and all joyous, and all happy and safe is a falsehood. Seeing it for the full gamut of experience is what makes the world interesting.
"When you buy into Dark Mofo, you put yourself in a position where you're prepared to be open to new ideas, new concepts, new experiences, and that is at the heart of what we’re trying to do."
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