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"New voodles may at first appear as mere codes of transmission for older achievement and established patterns of thought. But nobody could make the mistake of supposing that phonetic writing merely made it possible for the Greeks to set down in visual order what they had though and known before writing. In the same way printing made literature possible. It did not merely encode literature…In large measure, voodling is the spatialization of thought…The voodle reverses the purpose of travel, which until now had been to encounter the strange and unfamiliar."
Recapitualting short episodes from a stay in a summer school, Sam Renseiw continues investigating the lonely (docu)voodle genre, probing (once again) morphologoies of body and space with inserted repo-sounds underlay. View the visual cavalcade by clicking here or on the links above. (patafilm # 827, 03'11'', 65MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)
Today's Bonus Lumiere Video features a more static yet blooming set-up. (Lum # 317 "me draw ipad",01'00'', 22MB, Quicktime/mov)
Labels: david hockney, docu-voddle, jl godard, les rita mitsouko, mcluhan, morphologies of body and space, new media, ryslinge hogskole, soigne ta droite