Monday, April 09, 2007

The halting and rudimentary art of reading


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"Menard (perhaps without wanting to) has enriched, by means of a new technique, the halting and rudimentary art of reading: this new technique is that of the deliberate anachronism and the erroneous attribution. This technique, whose applications are infinite, prompts us to go through the Odyssey as if it were posterior to the Aeneid and the book Le jardin du Centaure of Madame Henri Bachelier as if it were by Madame Henri Bachelier. This technique fills the most placid works with adventure."

Undertaking a Voyage around the Room during the Easter break, Sam Renseiw offers a candid excerpt of bookshelf's, complete with hypnotic hologram harpsichord sound. Re-view the titles by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 390, 01'52'', 8.2 MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version at Blip.tv)

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