sondheim at gmail.com
Mon Apr 20 21:04:14 CEST 2020
Thank you greatly. Halifax at times in my life, and the Nova Scotia College
of Art and Design in particular, has meant the world to me, sustained me.
Azure had an opportunity a few years ago to accompany me there when I had
an artist residency again, and worked with students and faculty; it was
breathtaking... I would have loved to move to Canada (my brother and sister
did; they married Canadians); I feel a stranger here in the States... And
the ships and harbor are magnificent!
On Mon, Apr 20, 2020 at 1:00 PM Edward Picot via NetBehaviour <
netbehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org> wrote:
> The video is magnificent! The greyness, slowness and massiveness of it.
> My grandfather was a naval engineer, and later a foreman in the
> Belvedere Docks on the banks of the Thames: so ships and estuaries make
> me feel really nostalgic.
> 'Everything impinges, and the nub of a prow impinges greatly' puts me in
> mind, slightly obscurely, of William Carlos Williams' 'So much depends
> upon a red wheelbarrow'.
> On 19/04/2020 19:44, Alan Sondheim wrote:
> > Budge
> > http://www.alansondheim.org/budge.jpg
> > https://youtu.be/3wT8X-aOg8Q FULL VIDEO
> > The description below is superceded by the full budge video now on
> > YouTube. I've wanted to show this for a long time; at one point,
> > when the video was created, I had no YouTube access. The inert
> > appears in dull grey. I hear myself in the relative silence of
> > this.
> > For what it's worth, it's meant a great deal to me. It resonates
> > with the arc of the world, 'world' in the largest and most
> > inconceivable sense(lessness).
> > Original description of the short version: This is a 11 times sped-
> > up video of large ships and a Nor'easter in Nova Scotia.
> > Everything's ice-bound. The ships move slowly in the open water.
> > The back-hoe was slow as well. The full video is 11' in length; for
> > online I sped it up to 1'1". It's a different video. I'm interested
> > at the moment in blankness, inertness, the deeply obdurate of the
> > real. On some of the sections I've used 10x echo at +/-.05 to
> > structure the movement; with the largest ship, there's just a
> > slight blurring of outline. It's that slow, that deliberate. The
> > backhoe is framed by text and windows at a media center. These
> > forces resonate for me with the smoothed hard granite boulders at
> > Peggy's Cove and Mahone Bay, and with the fragility of the basal
> > metazoan glade of the ctenophores washed up in advanced of last
> > week's blizzard. Everything impinges, and the nub of a prow
> > impinges greatly.
> > +++
> > _______________________________________________
> > NetBehaviour mailing list
> > NetBehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org
> > https://lists.netbehaviour.org/mailman/listinfo/netbehaviour
> NetBehaviour mailing list
> NetBehaviour at lists.netbehaviour.org
*directory http://www.alansondheim.org <http://www.alansondheim.org> tel
718-813-3285**email sondheim ut panix.com <http://panix.com>, sondheim ut
-------------- next part --------------
An HTML attachment was scrubbed...
More information about the NetBehaviour