Wednesday, April 14, 2010

On space [encore voodle]

click for video: Quicktime / .m4v for ipod/iphone/ipad / direct streaming for PC
" We must constantly be on the lookout for principal actions which can produce itself “behind our backs” so to speak. Here a part is taken from reality; a way of posing reality homogenous, of considering it indivisible and accruing equal weight to all coordinates of the screen...Thus Voodles are transmissions from the depths of whoever concocted them to the depths of the viewer. To a greater extent than with any other kind of viewing, the viewer of a voodle is making that voodle, is inhabiting those images and relishing the sound[tracks] in the most personal sort of way. That doesn’t mean that you view a voodle and make it whatever you want it to be, but that it’s operating so deeply in you that it is the most special kind of viewing."

With an introductory paraphrase(d)_detournement from Andre Bazin and Kay Ryan, Sam Renseiw presents an un-cut long-shot voodle, garnished with a serendipitous soundtrack-excerpt, fitting to the long-take. View the voodle encore by clicking here or on the links above.(patafilm # 762, 05'02'', 70MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video has a more rigorous stilness, yet quite collourful.(lum # 264,"kandinsky intro" 00'55'', 13MB, Quicktime/mov)

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Blogger (ma) said...

Very impressive! That's probably how you can measure the triangular surface of god that appears at the end of the video. See Tania Lorandi's pataphysical machine for exploring the time here.

Tuesday, April 20, 2010 5:44:00 am  
Blogger SAM RENSEIW said...

indeed, (ma):
impressed that you could figure it out
thank you for the link to tania lorandi and her work(s)!
from there, so many interesting further patalinks.

Great joy to see the Nain Jaune Museum keeping on !
you should consider screening some of patalab's patafilm at a session of "Pataphysik im Frühling"?
Permission hereby granted for downloads from for this purpose >

best regards

Tuesday, April 20, 2010 7:57:00 pm  

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