Tales of Any Every is a multimedia collaboration of short films, music, poetry and paintings created by the Fasano twins. Installments of the project will roll out in a series of short films, art shows, poetry performances, books and records. Any Every is a small world trapped in the twin’s brains which incorporates a joint aesthetic based on personal experiences and observations of everyday life in Denver, Colorado. Any Every is an evolving cast of characters with skewed and selective memories of old, down and brown Denver. Any Every is a tribute to people stuck in old habits surrounded by cranes building a new city. Any Every is a place where characters are caged by progress in an evolving city they refuse to leave.
Charly “the city mouse” Fasano is a poet, filmmaker, painter and block printer from Denver, CO. He has released two spoken word records accompanied by the music of Memphis’ Lucero. His short animated films have appeared at the No Budget Film Festival, Blackbird Film Festival and won a jury prize at Machinimo Expo 2014. Books of his poems have been published by Sunnyoutside Press (Buffalo NY), Spartan Press (Kansas City) and he continues to be a regular contributor to Suspect Press Magazine. His paintings and drawings have been included in shows at Bitfactory Gallery (Denver), The Matchbox (Denver), The Shop (Ithaca, NY) and Phoenix Gallery (Denver).
Vincent “Cheap” Fasano is a painter, filmmaker and musician from Denver, CO. His art has appeared on album covers for bands like Ol Hickory and Charly Fasano’s multimedia release with Lucero called Retrospected, among others. His paintings have adorned the walls of Bitfactory Gallery, Cabal Gallery and an array of businesses throughout Denver. The abstract soundscapes produced by his band Malamadre and his solo performances continue to complement multimedia poetry and short film projects produced by his twin brother and lifetime collaborator Charly “the city mouse” Fasano.