Tuesday, June 01, 2010

On the morphology of finger and hand (I-IV)

click for video: Quicktime / .m4v friPod/iPad / direct streaming for PC

" I have established how the molar (i.e. an assemblage) elements of voodle theory can work along side newly created ideas developing from Deleuzian ideas, a molecular paradigm … I don’t foresee this use of both the molar and the molecular as in any way a new binary distinction. Rather, the ‘in-between’ space of the molar and the molecular may be compared, though not identified, with the space of voodle-becoming, a space which has no boundaries within boundaries, a place which is not strictly hybridized space, but a space of continual motion, movement and becoming. A neo-aesthetics of sensation enables this consideration of how voodles impacts, how it innervates and engages as a material capture, as an event, as a processuality … Vision and sound are not purely experienced through representation, through the visual and the aural, but through the materiality of a whole range of bodies, from deeper engagement of body/brain and world, bodies which are human, non-human, technologized and machinic.."

" My ambition, as voodler, my point, I would go so far as to say my fixation, my constant fixation, is primarily to concoct an viewable artifact as original as it is illuminating, an artifact that would, or just possibly might, act as a stimulant on notions of construction, of space, of cognition, of action, a stimulant, in a word, on new space explorations today " muses Sam Renseiw, paraphrasing Georges Perec, while condensating a recent piece of choreography into four, simply framed, fixed voodles. View the first unfolding of moving morphology of body and space in a virtual setting by clicking here or on the links above.(patafilm # 774c, 02'35'', 32MB, Quicktime/mov -other versions at Bliptv)

For the other 4 dance_voodles click on the apropriate links here ># 774 a > quicktime / flash / .m4v / direct streaming;
# 774 b > quicktime / flash / .m4v / direct streaming; # 774 d > quicktime / flash / .m4v / direct streaming ; Enjoy.

Today's Bonus lumiere Video features the start of spektakel!(Lum # 274, 01'00''. 11MB, Quicktime/mov)

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