A play - or rather an artistic experiment - on masculine and feminine, that balances on the edge of private and public.
Casey Spooner’s new book "Egos" proves to be an interesting study on the morphology of characters, relationships and spaces. Set in his own apartment (but, more important, in a hyper sexualised world) ‘Egos’ gives the readers the opportunity to look at the same people from completely different angles.
A reflection of narcissism, as Spooner puts it himself. In a brilliant way, we’d like to add.
Courtesy of Casey Spooner.