Tuesday, June 21, 2011

On the enigmatic in compiled voodles

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13. When we say: "Every voodle signifies something" we have so far said nothing whatever; unless we have explained exactly what distinction we wish to make. (it might be, of course, that we wanted to distinguish the images from voodles from images "without meaning" such as occur in Lewis Carol's poems, or images like Lilliburlero in songs.) 15. The word "to signify" is perhaps the most straightforward way when the object signified is marked with the sign….It will often prove useful in voodling to say to ourselves: naming something is like attaching a label to a thing."

Having (once again) an enormous pile of recent leftover footage to digest, Sam Renseiw compiled, in best montage fashion, some excerpts into yet another significant docu-voodle. View the philosophical investigative enigma slowly unfolding by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 824, 03'41'', 83MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video feature a straight forward view to a (per)parade exercise (Lum # 314, "drummer rehearse",01'00'', 17MB, Quicktime/mov)

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Tuesday, June 07, 2011

On strolling Your Rainbow Panorama

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"25. In the cinema we can sometimes see the events in the film as if they lay behind the screen and it were transparent, rather like a pane of glass. The glass would be taking the coulour away from things and allowing only white, grey and black to come through. (Here we are not doing physics, we are regarding white and black as colours just like green and red).- We might thus think that we are here imagining a pane of glass that could be called white and transparent. And yet we are not tempted to call it that: so does the analogy with, e.g. a transparent green pane break down somewhere? 26. We would say, perhaps, of a green pane: it colours the things behind it green, above all the white behind it. 27. When dealing with logic, "One cannot imagine that" means: one doesn't know what one should imagine here."

Pondering on some of Wittgenstein's early coulour comparisons, Sam Renseiw recently visited the inside of newly completed Your Rainbow Panorama. View the colorful odyssey with a 360 degree panorama of Aarhus by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 823, 04'54'', 112MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features a still view. Lum # 313 "her rainbow panorama", 01'00'', 17Mb, Quicktime/mov)

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Thursday, June 02, 2011

On voodling factual situation(s) in voodle(s)

"2.1 We voodle facts to ourselves. 2.11 A voodle presents a situation in logical space, the existence and non-existence of states of affairs. 2.12 A voodle is a model of reality. 2.13 In a voodle objects have the elements of the voodle corresponding to them. 2.131 In a voodle the elements of the voodle are the representatives of objects. 2.14 What constitutes a voodle is that its elements are related to one another in a determinate way. 2.141 A voodle is a fact. 2.15 The fact that the elements of a voodle are related to one another in a determinate way represents that things are related to one another in the same way. Let us call this connexion of its elements the structure of the voodle, and let us call the possibility of this structure the voodling form of the voodle. 2.151 Voodling form is the possibility that things are related to one another in the same way as the elements of the voodle.2.1511 That is how a voodle is attached to reality; it reaches right out to it. 2.1512 It is laid against reality like a measure. 2.15121 Only the end-points of the graduating lines actually touch the object that is to be measured. 2.1514 So a voodle, conceived in this way, also includes the voodled relationship, which makes it into a voodle[…] 2.17 What a voodle must have in common with reality, in order to be able to depict it--correctly or incorrectly--in the way that it does, is its voodling form. 2.171 A voodle can depict any reality whose form it has. A spatial voodle can depict anything spatial, a fjorded one anything fjordlike, etc. 2.172 A voodle cannot, however, depict its voodling form: it displays it."

Submerged by commuting work, visual impressions and recorded footage overflow, Sam Renseiw nevertheless concocted a fine naturalistic docu-voodle while pondering on some of Wittgenstein's sentences...View the heavy fjord-leaning landscape-concentrate with particular isolated interiors by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 822, 04'01'', 85MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features a fine aft trail (lum # 312,"fjord trailling" 01'00'', 17MB, Quicktime/mov)

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