Monday, 25 September 2006

Single Shot

Ori Gersht - Pomegranate (2006) © the artistHere's another example of how the wallies at Arts Council England waste taxpayers' hard-earned money: Single Shot. The main venue for this nonsense is Tate Britain from 3 November to 10 December 2006. The title refers to a series of newly commissioned film and video clips all shot in a single take. Example: what looks like an attractive Dutch still-life painting turns out to be a pomegranate demolition job when the fruit is exploded by a high-velocity bullet in excrutiating slow motion! This is art? Ho hum; Bollywood here we come.

3 Comments:

At 25/9/06, Blogger Jacoblog said...

oh. I rather like that idea - but why slow-motion?

 
At 25/9/06, Blogger Coxsoft Art said...

Hi, Jacoblog. Long time no hear. Hols, I guess.
Not just slow motion: ULTRA slow motion. The idea is to watch all the pips bounce off everything and for the whole innards to spray out like a slowly moving waterfall. According to the blurb it's incredibly beautiful, but you know what I think of blurbs. Believe it when I see it. In the meantime I'll stick with CSI: Crime Scene Investigation. Some of its slow-mo shots are really cool and to the point.

 
At 26/9/06, Blogger Jacoblog said...

No, not holidays - just work. Been crazy busy!

 

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