inspiring. I needed. thank you!
Tu es un génie. Merci pour tant d’imagination et de générosité. C’est toujours un plaisir de revenir ici. Bonne année à toi et ta famille.
mesmerizing. beautiful. simple. brilliant.
i especially love the cardboard box dollhouse.
gives me wonderful ideas…
(that’s what great art is supposed to do right?)
i truly enjoyed that experience. the beauty of imagination and sight/sound all playing together!! thanks
j’ajouterais: dziga vertov, fellini, marshal mcluhan, j.l borges, tarkovski,agnes varda, chris marker, steinbeck…
I hope that’s the same pack you had a few months ago.
oui, c’etait un vrai supplice…
inspiration from your own back pocket is oft times difficult for the artists of the world – and yet, you make it seem as simple as abc. brilliant(as usual)
I love how this became a guessing game, by the end I’m shouting “Fellini! Kerouac! Jodorowski!”
so wonderful for film whores especially. awesome.
it’s always with pleasure and curiosity
that I see the stuff you do.
you keep inventing new ways of gathering sound and image. and while it is very much your own, it is work like this that opens paths for the rest of us who are also struggling for a cinematic expression of our lives.
incidentally, this is a perfect example of what i was trying to express about seven maps. brilliant as that project was, the work didn’t for me occupy the same unexplored regions. you had new challenges and an audience that was looking to be entertained/surprised. nothing wrong with that, but much of your own vlog posts (like this one) come out of necessity in your life, your apartment, your meandering thoughts. i am learning all the time from what you do. where it will all lead, who knows. but an emergent poetics is what is so exciting about it.
No Fellini around the house? Seems odd.
Have you seen the new Lynch film. What a trip, and funny as hell too.
superb piece !
lists are wunderful !!!
my bedst to you
Thanks for this guessing game of a video. I was so relieved that there is NO VO in this one. I don’t know why, but the VO was starting to make me feel rather anxious. I am always looking forward to whatever else you come up with for this space!
“There are three monks, who had been sitting in deep meditation for many years amidst the Himalayan snow peaks, never speaking a word, in utter silence. One morning, one of the three suddenly speaks up and says, ‘What a lovely morning this is.’ And he falls silent again. Five years of silence pass, when all at once the second monk speaks up and says, ‘But we could do with some rain.’ There is silence among them for another five years, when suddenly the third monk says, ‘Why can’t you two stop chattering?”
gonna watch it one more time…
This is a very fresh method for satire.
Paul Pierog (not your president)
Oh, this was a fun trip indeed, and will require several more viewings on my part.
the beauty of those small moving frames
the late begining of quicktime postings)
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