Wednesday, December 06, 2006

The Walls have Ears

"It begins with a modest one room apartment that appears to be deserted, but there are faint traces of life in the little home. Via small enticing labyrinthine caves and cavities the visitor is invited to leave this claustrophobic room so to move further around in the installation to the next layer of enigmatic and fantastical tales."

Surrounded by a kind of animated architecture that seemingly lives and senses, Sam Renseiw becomes a fellow player who, with a heightened sensory apparatus, is urged to interact both physically and mentally with the work of Seimi Noerregaard. View the interaction by clicking here or enter the apartment by mousing in above. (patafilm # 314, 04'01'', 18 MB, Quicktime/mov.- Flash version for PC at


Blogger Jimi Bogdanov said...

Nice !!!!!!!!! Jimi B.

Thursday, December 07, 2006 2:13:00 pm  
Anonymous sam said...

thank you jimi.
indeed, one can glide in an "alice in wonderland" world at this fine performance/installation. i had some nice footage from the other spaces, but it came out far to dark.
might come back though. keep tuned

Thursday, December 07, 2006 5:08:00 pm  

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