Editing and Martinis

Thursday, October 30th, 2003 | Art, Film

I worked on the sound for my Tremor video today, and am perhaps 1/4 of the way through with the editing. It’s very challenging, sequencing these images in time, instead of on a wall. With my grids, the images relate to each other as a complete abstract visual experience that disintegrates into detail. I’m doing the opposite with the video, the narrative coming together slowly from the sequencing, and the sound manipulating how you read the images. It’s really thrilling.

Tonight it’s martinis and laptop movies in bed. Just me and Jean-Luc Godard. (In Praise of Love–a second viewing after falling asleep last time). Last night I watched an early Douglas Sirk film, Scandal in Paris, which was more Lubitsch-y that Sirk-y, Sirk not quite finding himself in the material, although the 15 seconds of over-the-top-ness were clearly his.

Okay, back to my olive.

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