Tag: Hal Hartley

April 6, 2015 / / Main Slate


In 2009, Elizabeth Gilbert, author of “Eat Pray Love”, gave a TED talk about the relationship between artist and artistry. She made reference to a non-corporeal entity that disappears as quickly as it reappears, inspiring creativity and then holding it captive, only to release it later at sporadic intervals. It is a provocateur, a savior, a muse; it is elusive and creative and it is genius. In the life of Simon Grim, Henry Fool is that genius.