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Tuesday, December 4, 2007

Whisper its true name: the Documentary

As you may, or may not, remember I had a show at the Anton Art Center (Michigan) in October. Alison, at the center, put enormous amounts of energy into making it a great show and if you weren’t there (as I wasn’t) you really missed something special, don’t you know. But for all of you losers that missed out there is this new-fangled modern invention called photographic reproduction. I won’t go into the details, but it involves exposing a light sensitive material to prescribed amounts of light for prescribed amounts of time. It’s pretty amazing. If you have never heard of it you should look into it. Anyway, through this modern invention we have managed to capture moments in time for posterity. How does this relate to you? Why, it allows you (and me) to see the way the show looked without actually having to have been there! Truly amazing.


Anonymous said...

I't looks like a movie where the two main characters go in a library and are led by a little old lady (about 157 year old old lady) into a hidden room, a room filled with books, books that they have to look through every page, of every one, to find the reverse spell to save them from a spell that was put on them.
I wish I could have went.
And this "photographic reproduction" hmmmmm

andrei said...

Very official.

Anonymous said...

looks like nobody showed up...