Fooling people is a vital part of being a magician, but for Curtis Kam it’s not the only thing. In the fourth part of our interview at GeniiCon 2017, Kam talks about how he enjoys the art of scripting magic, the influence of David Copperfield’s early performances, and why giving the act of fooling significance is so important.
For the rest of our interview, check out the links below:
Part one: On discovering coin magic in Hawaii
Part two: Simple rules for ending a magic trick
Part three: On finding your own voice
Part five: Advice to new magicians: “Find a mentor”
Part six: Curtis Kam’s fascination with the Museum of Broken Relationships
Part seven: Watch Curtis Kam make coins appear out of thin air