Thursday, April 10, 2008

On the intangible of local in global


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

"The ecological absorption of the voodle and the obsolescence of the voodler precipitate the cultural dissolution of the videographic eye. A postvideographic culture has no need for a witness, a transcendent and discriminating eye, to testify to the significance of events by organizing and fixing them according to a chronological code of before and after. With postvideography there is no longer a point of view, but visual contexts; no longer an eye, but a continuous contextually interactive, visually educative process in which biological eyes reflexively commune with the fragments and possibilities of their cultures."

Recording a short moment of early spring, Sam Renseiw speculated on the nature of the correlation between sound and vision while alternating between chairs and the view to a peculiar tower in an exquisite site. View the instant-kitten-carillon-added voodle by clicking here or on the links above.(patafilm # 588,02'24'', 13.3MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Blip.tv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features a revolving entrance with a fine panorama. (Lum # 104 "rotating entrance, opera", 00'58'' 4.8MB, Quicktime/mov)

Today's Patalab Metaphor Video re-play supplement features the delicate attempt to sit on a chair.(patafilm # 141,[14.04.2006 post] 01'57'', 8.7 MB, mov/quicktime).

Labels: , , ,

2 Comments:

Blogger ps said...

Glad to see the Instant Kitten is playing nicely....

Thursday, April 10, 2008 10:34:00 pm  
Blogger gurdonark said...

The Instant Kitten is very interesting. I sometimes create sound from image using the color tone generator "Coagula Light",
http://hem.passagen.se/rasmuse/Coagula.htm

It's interesting to see how image converts to sound in unique ways, seemingly difficult to understand--unless one understands the underlying architecture of the instrument's construction.

I like the opera house lumiere because the poeple and the revolving door are a simple and yet interesting view.

Friday, April 11, 2008 1:19:00 pm  

Post a Comment

Links to this post:

Create a Link

<< Home