One Minute In Paris – A Comedy Web Series

One Minute In Paris – A Comedy Web Series

Artistic Duo Matt Reilly & Kiki Lindskog announced the release of One Minute In Paris, a new comedic Web Series, which follows the random conversations and observations of two New York artists living in Paris. The story follows two American artists walking around Paris discussing random aspects of life.

Filmed on location in Paris, One Minute In Paris is the first project by artistic duo Matthew Reilly and Kiki Lindskog. Having begun their careers independently in NYC, Matt (musician, artist, exhibited at Whitney Biennial, Venice Biennale) and Kiki (lighting artist, designer, exhibited at Park Ave Armory, Grand Palais), they joined forces and relocating to Europe. The two have been exploring new directions in creativity, and are currently focused on “writing, laughing, and filming” their first comedic web series “One Minute In Paris.”

Shot with no crew, the couple have risked their cameras safety in the streets of Paris, by jumping in front of their tripod, to capture in a condensed one minute format the humor of two American artists living in Paris.

Watch the first 18 episodes at

Twitter: @idesignlight

Instagram: @oneminuteinparis

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