Tuesday, January 27, 2009

Day+67: Mais quel bordel!

For a visual of the creative mess that surrounded the creation of this show, go to TheSelby.com
I did move 10 days after the opening night of I'll Be your mirror, 2 days after the photos were taken. Which can explain the epic proportions of slobiness. I am a slob but maybe not to that extent.

Il y a des photos marrantes sur TheSelby.com du joyeux capharnaum dans lequel j'ai finalise l'expo.
C'est un beau bordel. Mais bon, j'ai demenage 10 jours apres mon vernissage, ce qui me parait une excuse valable.

Day+67: Words by Others

A couple of reviews.
Yet again I can't seem to figure out how to include links in the body of the mail, so click on the "Creative loafing" and "Burnaway" links on the right side.
I dreaded having to read critics for the first time, but it ended being a pleasant experience.

Saturday, January 24, 2009

DAY+64: Photos de la Mise en Espace

Stills used in the previous movie. Easier to read.
Ce sont certaines des photos que j'ai utilisees dans mon petit film. En plus grand format pour plus de details.

Thursday, January 22, 2009

DAY+62: Un Bon Debut d'annee

Need to send my rolls to my lab, until then here are some super lo fi telephone shots.
More than the speech, being in the middle of such a positive crowd was worth the hassle, the long lines and the frost bites.
Every one was smiling, even the cops were cracking jokes.
I could see barack silhouette in the distance, half his face on a giant screen behind the tree.
But his voice and the claps echoing throughout the mall were all that mattered.

Saturday, January 10, 2009

Day+51: Oh mais pourquoi?

Pourquoi faut il que mon expo se finisse?
Demain, on decroche les photos et on les empaquette en atendant leur prochaine destination.
Et Dieu sait comment on va decoller mon experimentation grand format.
Fin du premier episode.

Today is the last day of the 1st installment of the show.
Frames are getting off the wall and into crates, and we'll see how we're going to take my wall paper experiment off.
Is that so wrong to want my work to be shown forever?