Wednesday, February 06, 2008

On plectics and other voodle figurations


click for video: Quicktime / .m4v for iPod / other versions at Blip.tv

" Style is just the outside of content, and content the inside of style, like the outside and the inside of the human body - both go together, they can’t be separated...and Beauty is composed of an eternal, invariable element whose quantity is extremely difficult to determine, and a relative element which might be, either by turns or all at once, period, science, fashion, moral, passion..."

Re-assessing the concept of plectics in regards to aesthetic voodle-theory, Sam Renseiw montaged a few morsels of interior sun-casts into a figurative-abstract flow. View the unravelling of complex simplicity - or simple complexity - complete with Pseudo's sunrise on the reed by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 567, 03'32'', 21MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Blip.tv) [semanal08, week6, # 2 cross-post]

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features a still king and moving by-passers, in late autumn (Lum # 84 "king and bypassers", 00'58'', 5.9MB, Quicktime/mov) Other's fine Lumieres at the project's main site.

Today's Patalab Metaphor Video re-play-supplement features a fine - complementary - plectic night-daydream, further probing the simultaneous casting of seemingly disparate entities. (patafilm # 364,[02.03.2007 post] 02'09'' 10.2MB, Quicktime/mov) Click here or on the bold links to view.

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3 Comments:

Blogger Jay Dedman said...

shadows are always fun to play with. You do a great job finding things around you.

Friday, February 08, 2008 4:48:00 pm  
Blogger SAM RENSEIW said...

thanks jay.
no great job finding, though.
i stayed at home on a sunny winter morning, actually...it was a pleasure just looking around and seing everything anew with fresh eyes.

Friday, February 08, 2008 5:53:00 pm  
Anonymous Robert Croma said...

Beautiful, Sam.

Always beauty in shadows, in their abstraction. We need only peel back a little of the layers to see afresh. Creativity is always the act of peeling away.

Friday, February 15, 2008 4:20:00 pm  

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