Thursday, April 16, 2009

On the revolution(s) of everyday life

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"Spontaneity is the mode of existence of creativity; not an isolated state, but the unmediated experience of subjectivity. Spontaneity concretizes the passion for creation and is the first moment of its practical realization: the precondition of Voodle, of the impulse to re-view the world in accordance with the demands of radical subjectivity. The qualitative exists wherever creative spontaneity manifests itself. It entails the direct communication of the essential. It is Voodle's chance. A crystallization of possibilities, a multiplier of knowledge and practical potential, and the proper modis operandi of space awareness. Its criteria are sui generis. The qualitative leap precipitates a chain reaction; Voodling is the organizer of creative spontaneity to the extent that it reinforces spontaneity's hold on reality. Voodling is an act which engenders new realities..."

Yet it all devellops from the apparent banality of the quotidian, muses Sam Renseiw while montaging recorded intricacies of around-mermaid-revolving moves. View the ritual assessment of an indian spring by cliking here or on the links above.(patafilm # 680, 02'39'', 27.4 MB, Quciktime/mov - other versions at

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features controlled revolutions, passing by (Lum # 195 " 01'00'', 6.3 MB, Quicktime/mov)

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