Ken Paul Rosenthal

From: David Lee (email suppressed)
Date: Fri Nov 30 2007 - 17:30:46 PST

You asked a good question and received about 39
Did any of those replies alter your thinking?
-David Lee (Washington, DC)
--- Ken Paul Rosenthal <email suppressed>

> I've been off the list for quite some time, and have
> really enjoyed the '' thread.
> Though much of the theorizing/pontification has been
> challenging to disseminate, the discussion has been
> very inspiring. In fact...
> my post-alarm clock daze this morning, my face
> was only a few inches from the lamp beside my bed.
> And when i flipped it on, the light stabbed me in
> the face. And when I laid back to catch a few more
> minutes of rest, the snapshot inside my lids was a
> black line with 2 fields of white top and bottom!
> Now I cannot intelligently fit this into the
> discussion. However the poet in me immediately
> thought of two video fields interlacing, with each
> eyelid akin to a 'frame', and where they met akin to
> a film strip's frameline. And I considered how our
> eyes are in some way akin to the shutter mechanism
> that causes flicker on the projected image.
> Indeed sometimes at programs that feature flicker
> films, I get so bored that I start blinking my eyes
> rapidly, canting my head, or rapidly twiddling my
> fingers in front of me--in short, altering the
> apparatus of my body to create a more compelling
> show.
> Anyhow, it was fun to wake up and immediately refer
> my experience to 'Frameworks'--so aptly named.
> Ken
> Windows Live Hotmail and Microsoft Office Outlook –
> together at last.  Get it now.
> For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at
> <email suppressed>.

"As a kid, I use to watch Thelonius Monk. He would bang on the piano; make a few errors. Then he turned the errors into a concerto."
                 -- Armand DiMele, psychologist and drummer (on

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For info on FrameWorks, contact Pip Chodorov at <email suppressed>.