Thursday, September 23, 2010

On over your cities grass will grow

click for video: Quicktime / direct streaming for PC

" A voodling device is less of a machine to produce order than a trap to catch randomness; A trap to transfix those small details that one would find banal, or farcical, or anecdotic, or just plain goofy, but that are, nevertheless, the intrinsic fabric of the voodle on its way to be made. Ultimately, the real enemy is rational intention. To me, voodling is what enables the elimination of all traces of intents. You must understand that I value such concepts as: randomness, serendipity, experimentation. These are things that interest me greatly in what may become, in reverberations, new reflections on the nature of voodles.."

Paraphrasing Labarthe, Sam Renseiw persist with his prolonged obsessive-compulsive voodle experiment, this time with yet another attempt at the repossession of space(s) with recently captured footage. View the discretely cut-up, hastily montaged docu-voodle of documented spaces with distinct songs without words overlay by clicking here or on the links above to realise how randomness and serendipity always seem so intentional after the creative act. (patafilm # 791, 02'14'', 33MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features a distictive overview, fair to art .(Lum # 285 "art-fair-art " 01'00'', 12MB, Quicktime/mov)

And, regarding other ways of anticipating space: a special bonus-video, [©],a bookish treat, dedicated, from the patalab archive: abstract space(s) out-layed, cut-up, unfolded. (patalabarchive# 1, 02'32'',39MB, Quicktime/mov)

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