Tuesday, November 13, 2007

On to something completely different

click for video: Quicktime / Flash and .v4m versions for Pc at blip.tv

"From historical point of view, the experiments with abstract voodles were inspired by the search of true features of video art, at it's beginning. This led to a situation described in an Ancient India parable about blind men disputing elephant's nature. Just in the same way, in the absense of reliable knowledge, artists and theorists were giving quite diferent views on the nature of voodle art."

After the latest posts featuring quite realistic and un-blurred moving spatial vistas, Sam Renseiw remembered bits of footage from mid-October. Thus, here is an absolutely charming abstract voodle, unedited, posted for discussion. View Mia L.'s fine staging, in a black corner, of her endeavours with Isadora, by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 529, 02'16'', 6.2MB,Quicktime/mov - Flash and MPEG4 versions for Pc at blip.tv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere video features a short visual lecture with some glimpses of Palle Nielsen's images. (Lumiere # 50 "the palle nielsen examples", 0'58'', 6.1 MB, Quicktime/mov)

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