Medea Kid is about Os, a no-name living on a mysterious campus until he receives a letter from a person named Medea who apologizes for murdering him. What follows is a hypnotic roadtrip in text, sound and visuals investigating murder, family, time and connection. Medea Kid is about crossing borders that are forbidden when there is absolutely no other choice for us.
Written and Conceived by Harold Lehmann
3D Animation by David Whitely
Sound by David Whitely and Anthony Iamurri
Production by Brandt Gassman
Book Graphics by Ben Cole
This project is a part of an ongoing collaboration and inquiry into how processes of voice, text and meaning may be evolving in our hyper digitized and mediated landscape. It will be deployed both as a living novel online and a physical book to enjoy.
PDF of book to enjoy HERE
The beginnings of the interactive website are HERE
Harold Lehmann is a writer, director and social worker based in New York. Medea Kid was written in the dark hours before heading out as a community mental health worker. Harold is exploring his own language of performance and text to investigate culture, connection and responsibility. Most recently his "living novel" SnakeHeist won first prize at the Text and Visual Language Exhibit 2020 at the St. Louis Artist's Guild.