Tuesday, July 17, 2007

On forking paths

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"Meanwhile, looking from the window, they could see the world racing past them. At one moment, they were rattling through a solitude; the next, a village had grown up around them; a few breaths more, and it had vanished, as if swallowed by an earthquake. The spires of meeting-houses seemed set adrift from their foundations; the broad-based hills glided away. Everything was unfixed from its age-long rest, and moving at whirlwind speed in a direction opposite to their own."

Voodling happily along a different hood, Sam Renseiw pondered on the fact that every voodle creates its own precursors. The work might modifies our conception of the past, as it might modify the future, yet the original is always unfaithful to the translation. Although there is no video exercise which is not ultimately useless, this one can be viewed by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 455, 01'47'', 5.4MB, Quicktime/mov - Flash version at blip.tv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere video records a moment of multiple transitions, fixed in multiples. Click here. (Lum # 15 duck passage,00' 50'', 3.5MB, Quicktime/mov) Lots of fine other videos to be viewed at the Lumiere home !

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