‘I thought it was an accident’: Artist’s ‘dramatic’ video for ‘Taken’ goes viral

Posted August 04, 2018 04:07:50 The artist who shot a video in which he pretended to be a child in order to scare away the paparazzi has been criticised by those who have seen it.

The video, which is now widely viewed on social media, has been seen by more than 5 million people worldwide and has attracted a worldwide response.

The young boy who was filmed in the video, who is now aged two, says he had no idea the video would go viral and says he is not embarrassed about the experience.

“I think it was a prank and I didn’t realise that people were going to respond the way they did,” he told the ABC.

“It’s just sad because I was scared, but also, I don’t know, I thought it would be a fun prank, and it wasn’t.”

The video was filmed at the Australian National Exhibition, but has since gone viral.

The artist says the reaction has been overwhelming, with many people questioning why the video has become a huge sensation.

“A lot of people are saying, ‘what was that about?’

I’m like, ‘it was a video, I was in a room and the papars are around me and I’m doing a trick and I don’ think they’ll be looking’,” he said.

“So I’m happy to hear that.”

A spokesperson for the Australian Museum, which owns the exhibition, said the video was not meant to scare visitors.

“The Australian National Gallery has been notified that the video is a work of art and is not meant for children to see,” the spokesperson said.

In the video the boy is seen on a train with his friend, who he describes as a friend of his mother, playing with the toy car he is riding in.

The group then walks towards the papard and the boy appears to play the part of a boy, wearing a red shirt and a blue cap.

“What happened was the papards were there for a short while,” he said, adding that he was told to play with the papas.

The man said the group then returned to their car, but that he had not been able to see them. “

Then I started to jump on the papara and I just got the hell out of there.”

The man said the group then returned to their car, but that he had not been able to see them.

“After I jumped on the car, they were just laughing and they were like, you were in a prank, you are going to get laughed at,” he explained.

“You didn’t think this was going to go viral.”

The Australian Academy of Cinema and Media Arts president Simon Murray said the response had been extraordinary.

“Our job as an academy is to be as critical as possible of the medium we all use,” he wrote on Facebook.

“If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Australian Academy’s director of communication or Media Relations.” “

The gallery said the paparing incident was an isolated one, and that it had been taken seriously. “

If you have any concerns, please do not hesitate to contact the Australian Academy’s director of communication or Media Relations.”

The gallery said the paparing incident was an isolated one, and that it had been taken seriously.

“No one was injured or offended,” it said in a statement.

“But it was obviously an extremely stressful and traumatic experience for the artist involved and the young person who witnessed it.”

The artist told the Associated Press the video had been filmed in a “bizarre, scary environment”.

“There’s nothing particularly shocking in this video,” he added.

“There was no one in particular, there was no paparas around.”

The AP has contacted the Australian Institute of Sport for comment.