Tuesday, June 05, 2007

On solitaire reverie

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"A root is always a discovery. We dream it more than we see it. It surprises us when we discover it: is it not rock and hair, flexible filament and hard wood? With it, we have an example of contradictions among things. In the realm of imagination, the dialectics of contraries proceeds through objects, by opposition of differentiated, reified substances. How we would activate the imagination if we were to seek out systematically objects which contradict each other! "

In a short state of fluctuating solitaire reverie, Sam Renseiw encounters glimpses of nostalgia, Richter's candle, Bachelard's poetics and the inconspicuous fall of an undefined object. View the unravelling in the cabin by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 430, 01'31'' 6.8Mb, Quicktime/mov - Flash version at blip.tv)

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