Tuesday, November 21, 2006

Stair (cases) Diegesis

"A man of few words, reluctant to provide explanations about his work or to seek theories that would justify his choices,
S.L said everything he had to say exclusively through his projects and his works. His silent, retiring nature accounts for the fact that his work is relatively unknown, for although his output was not vast it was one of the most significant experiences of the twentieth century, evolving as it did on the margins of modernity."

Speculating if mimetic construction techniques might be of diegetic or non-diegetic nature, Sam Renseiw - once again - climbed some flight of stairs, this time in Malmo, Sweden. Enjoy the A cappella by clicking here and have a guess as to where, actually (like in the chapel) Or, step in above. (patafilm # 302,01'49'', 8.1MB,Quicktime/mov - Flash version for PC at Blip.tv)


Blogger Zoe Tati said...

This one I enjoy a lot, Sam.
Back in my design-studen days, I actually worked on
a video on his flowershop in Östra kyrkogård.
Beautyfull soundtrack as well.
acappella for a architect, who designed capels !- got it ;)

super video
and happy >#300

Friday, November 24, 2006 4:39:00 pm  
Anonymous sam said...

thank you zoe.
well, actually it's still # 289 post on patalab vlog, as many patafilms do not live up the strict standarts... but all Renseiw's videos can be seen at Blip.tv.

Friday, November 24, 2006 5:39:00 pm  

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