Thursday, October 26, 2006

Valstar Barbie



“During the course of Surrealist development, outside all forms of idealism, outside the opiates of religion, the marvelous comes to light within reality. It comes to light in dreams, obsessions, preoccupations, in sleep, fear, love, chance; in hallucinations, pretended disorders, follies, ghostly apparitions, escape mechanisms and evasions; in fancies, idle wanderings, poetry, the supernatural and the unusual; in empiricism, in superreality.”

"Art is not the most precious manifestation of life. Art has not the celestial and universal value that people like to attribute to it. Life is far more interesting", mused Sam Renseiw, paraphrasing Tzara, while capturing some pinko footage, complete with a delightful encounter with Claude Levêque's Valstar Barbie custodian. View the encounter on the 4th. floor, space16, at Le Mouvement des Images by clicking here, or step in the stiletto above. (patafilm # 281, 01'23'', 6.5 MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version available for PC at Blip.tv)

4 Comments:

Blogger ps said...

Ah yes saw this myself on a visit to the Pompidou last year. Will slip it into the Cog Screen Dum mix along with Somehow on Traffic Again

Friday, October 27, 2006 9:55:00 am  
Blogger SAM RENSEIW said...

ok. great. thanks phillip.
will try to make it for the show on sunday;
will confirm start of next week, if comming.

Friday, October 27, 2006 5:20:00 pm  
Blogger Hekla said...

Lovely stiletto ;-) Imagine a giant with one eye wearing it at her first pram bal.
Life(energy) is transformed into art expressions or sex or work or?

Tuesday, October 31, 2006 9:45:00 am  
Anonymous sam said...

it all blends in fact.
it's a gaze on the state of things.

on sunday nov 5th, some of patalab's videos will be featured in london, at candid art trust by cogcollective >
http://www.cogcollective.co.uk/november/index.html

will be interesting to hear the feed-back from the audience.

Tuesday, October 31, 2006 1:17:00 pm  

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