Friday, June 15, 2007

On Graffitti and voodling

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" It is a rule of life that we can, and should, learn from everyone. There are solemn and serious things we can learn from quacks and crooks, there are philosophies taught to us by fools, there are lessons in faithfulness and justice brought to us by chance and by those we chance to meet. Everything is in everything. In certain particular lucid moments of contemplation, like those of early afternoon when I observantly wander through the streets, each person brings me a novelty, each building teaches me something new, each placard has a message for me." (357)

While paraphrasing a fragment from Pessoa's Book of Disquiet, found fitting for his urban ramblings, Sam Renseiw encounters fresh street-art in the making and an inconspicuous collision just a moment later. Contemplate the voodled[x] sequence of events by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 437, 02'01'' 9.1 MB, Quicktime/mov - Streaming Flash version for PC users: click on the widget at right) [X] voodling (adj.): the manufacturing of inconspicuous video doodles

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