Wednesday, August 11, 2010

On [almost] inhabiting the Dolphin Hotel

click for video: Quicktime / .m4v for iPod/iPad / direct steaming for PC

" Whatever it is one is seeking won't come in the form one is expecting...Thus I (also) often dream about the Dolphin Hotel. In these dreams, I'm there, implicated in some kind of ongoing circumstance. All indications are that I belong to this dream continuity....It seems more like a long, covered bridge. A bridge stretching endlessly through time. And there I am, in the middle of it. Someone else is there too...Time weighs down on me like an old, ambiguous dream. I keep on moving, trying to sleep through it... Another possibility is just plain voodling. Voodling on and on. Entering the world of voodles and never coming out. Living in voodles for the rest of time...."

Paraphrasing Murakami's dance steps and while taking the Possibility of an Island as just that, Sam Renseiw recalls a recent trip to Fionia by concocting footage left-over into a parabolic space, in triptych form. View yet another voodle-detournement exploring (again) morphologies of body and space by clicking here or on the links above.(patafilm # 784,02'35'',37Mb, Quikctime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video feature a fine Danish shoreline, secured for bathers. [Lum # 280, "ishøj beach" 01'00'', 12Mb, Quictkime/mov)

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