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Monday, June 6, 2011

Andrew Leland Wants Nothing from You

Posted By on Mon, Jun 6, 2011 at 3:36 PM

TRINIE DALTON
  • Trinie Dalton

Former Believer magazine managing editor and sweet, funny, worrisomely intelligent man Andrew Leland is leaving the Bay Area. He just wrote to us that he's moving to Missouri, "forever"; we're busy pouting and don't even want to know why right now. Leland delighted us in many ways over the eight years he was at the Believer! Like so:

A Jonn Herschend film shoot at OMCA; yours will look nothinger.
  • A Jonn Herschend film shoot at OMCA; yours will look nothinger.
So but before he goes, Leland is directing a movie and he wants you in it. You shouldn't need to know anything more than that, but apparently he works at the completely wonderful Oakland Museum of California in an experimental division called the Oakland Standard, and in that capacity is making a movie about nothing, with Jonn Herschend. It's their contention that it's very important for nothing to happen at a museum, in order that everything may happen at a museum; we couldn't agree more.

Auditions to tell Andrew Leland about your experience of nothingness at the Oakland Museum of California are open until June 20.

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