Sunday, May 06, 2007

A simple bridged down look


click for: Quicktime version / Flash version

The “eye of the imagination” radiates a tableau of images: thought-pictures or phantasmata, as Aristotle called them, envisioned by human consciousness. The inner eye, as figured by Robert Fludd, does not receive images: it projects them onto a screen that lies beyond the back of the head, floating in a space that does not exist except in fantasy.

Further pondering on the dialectics of "blur" v/s "clear"in the fields of vision, Sam Renseiw captured blurry footage appearing from the Copenhagen waterways. View the moving barge float away by clicking here or on the links above. Remember the links embedded in the text, anyway. (patafilm # 406, 01'06'', 5MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version at blip.tv)

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