Thursday, November 02, 2006

On Hopper and caryatids

["I think genre speaks for us in terms of summaries of the way we see life. We live out genres as we live out myths and rituals, because that's the way we systematise our relationship to society and our relationship to people.I don't think that the development of genres in the art forms are accidents. I think they're fundamental to the way art operates on our life. So in the long run, they're inescapable."]

With a blend of Hopper's lasting influence on Polonsky, Sam Renseiw caught a short glimpse of momentary day-hawks in Paris. Re-view the encounter by clicking here or help the caryatid by mousing in above. ( patafilm # 285, 01'13'', 5.8 MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version for PC available at


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