Thursday, October 15, 2009

On tacit knowledge in voodles

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" There problem of the alter-ego because it is not I who sees, not he who sees; because an anonymous visibility inhabits both of us, a vision in general, in virtue of that primordial property that belongs to the flesh, of being here and now and of radiating everywhere and forever."

Toggling between Noesis and Noema, Sam Renseiw submerges into the phenomenology of musical perception in space while recording a first appearance of love the birds in a public library. Paraphrasing Merleau-Ponti, Sam states “...
A tacit cogito might be possible. To have the idea of thinking (in the sense of thought of seeing and thought of feeling), to make the phenomenological reduction to the things themselves, to return to immanence and to consciousness, it is necessary to have voodles. It is by the combination of voodles that a transcendental attitude is formed ." View the unmoved moving footage by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 728, 03'17'', 48MB, Quicktime/mov -other versions at

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features more obscure footage, enlightened nevertheless.(lum # 226, "UV-footage",00'47'', 12 MB, Quicktime/mov)

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