Saturday, June 03, 2006

Unless it was Boris's dog

A -"Philosophy consists of offering reassurance to children. That is, if one prefers, of taking them out of childhood, of forgetting about the child, or, inversely, but by the same token, of speaking first and foremost for that little boy within us, of teaching him to speak - to dialogue - by displacing his fear or his desire." B -Labyrinths can be constructed in many ways: strict geometrically, prismatically, symmetrically, or loose organically as the classic romantic English garden apparently composed of a random mix of curves and asymmetric places.

Today's geo-taged video post by Sam Renseiw consist of an asymmetrical, visual riddle, complete with concrete tank enhanced soundtrack. "If I clearly saw ahead of time where I was going, I really don’t believe that I should take another step to get there" is the credo for this entry, where the main dialogue consist of a parallaxed Danish monologue, in which a certain Boris's dog seem to play a culpable role in the staging. (patafilm #186b, 00'43'', 3.1 MB, quicktime/mov - Flash version at


Blogger Jimi Bogdanov said...

Belle poésie Sam!!

Tuesday, June 06, 2006 1:32:00 am  
Anonymous sam said...

merci jimi.
dans les prochains videos, je vais essayer de voir comment capturer quelque(s) choses annimeés, d'un point de vue fixe (exercise classique, néanmoins)

Wednesday, June 07, 2006 5:09:00 pm  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home