Thursday, February 23, 2012

On (more) voodled paraphernalia

" Since a phenomenological inquiry on voodling aspires to go so far and so deep, because of methodological obligations, it must go beyond the sentimental resonances with which we receive (more or less richly-whether this richness be within ourselves or within the voodle) a work of art. This is where the phenomenological doublet of resonances and repercussions must be sensitized. The resonances are dispersed on the different planes of our life in the world, while the repercussions invite us to give greater depth to our own existence. In the resonance we hear the voodle, in the reverberations we speak it, it is our own. The reverberations bring about a change of being. It is as though the voodler's being were our being. The multiplicity of resonances then issues from the reverberations' unity of being. Or, to put it more simply, this is an impression that all impassioned voodle-lovers know well: the voodle possesses us entirely."

After some stressful time-lag not posting Sam Renseiw is back with a longer poetics-of-space voodle, paraphrasing with delight: "I should like my house to be similar to that of the ocean wind, all quivering with gulls." (A house that stands in my heart/My cathedral of silence/Every morning recaptured in dream/Every evening abandoned/A house covered with dawn/Open to the winds of my youth.) Enter for some peculiar inner paraphernalia by clicking here or on the links above.(patafilm # 844, 05'47'', 86MB, Quicktime/mov - other versions at Bliptv)

Today's Bonus Lumiere Video Features a classic Lumiere moment, albeit in darkness. (Lum # 334 "classique Lumiere noir"01'00'', 17MB, Quicktime/mov)

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