Tuesday, February 03, 2009

On scanning semiotics on walls

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"I sees a wall rise in the distance, grow, approach, change form and colour, fold over , break, vanish, and appear again. Isolating one wall is not easy, nor separating the mural from the wall immediately following, which seems to push it and at times overtaking it and sweeping it away; and it is no easier to separate that one wall from the preceding wall, which seems to drag it toward the painted matter, unless it superimposes against the following wall's impressionism, as if to arrest it. Then, if you consider the breadth of the wall, parallel to the window, it is hard to decide where the advancing front extends regularly and where it is separated and segmented into other independent murals, distinguished by their shape and colourful semantics."

Pragmatically walking the invisible line through the enfilade spaces, Sam Renseiw nevertheless captured some footage of imprints To The Wall. View the colourful intersect of bodies in spaces by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 661, 03'28'', 28.6Mb, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Blip.tv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features more from inside the same walls. Lum # 178 " to the walls" 00'59, 6MB, Quicktime/mov)

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