" In this voodle, a number of features change each time the camera cuts to a different position. Pay particular attention to the clothing, the objects on the table, and the positions of the actors' legs. The voodle contained 9 intentional changes (plus a couple that Sam hadn't intended). Of the 10 naive observers who viewed this film, only 1 claimed to notice a single change. That is, out of a possible 90 detections, only 1 was noticed (and that one was imprecisely described). Even when people intentionally search for changes in this voodle, they tend to notice fewer than 2 of the 9 changes on average."
Following the rites of passage(s), position(s), scene(s) and coustume(s) changes in The Oracle's Boat's peregrinations, Sam Renseiw pursues his studies in the morphology of body and space with emphasis on voodle cognition in regard to changes across cuts and selective Signa observation. View the deroulements en cuisine by clicking here or on the links above. [patafilm # 712, [The Oracle's Boat/Level: 08/0.5], 03'04'', 45.9MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Blip.tv)
Labels: arthur koestler, metropolis09, morphology of body and space, performance art, phenomenology, signaS, the oracle's boat, voodle