From: Cari Machet (email suppressed)
Date: Tue Mar 24 2009 - 10:21:21 PDT
it resonates in the same way that her house building does
the paintings are more of a meditation
much more open - far reaching
though i question her legitimate filmmakerness
i do not question her artistness through it
i actually understand where fred is coming from
but my point was that it would not have been THEEEE overriding aspect for a
viewer had it been a brakhage film
and the filming of a kid can be tricky
like that of a cat
that's why i cross referenced it
was it the most amazing film ever made NO, NO, NO
have you seen richard serra's films?
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On Tue, Mar 24, 2009 at 12:34 PM, Chris Kennedy <email suppressed>wrote:
> Oh, so you have seen the Martin film? Please do let us know more. How
> does it resonate with her paintings?
> On 3/24/09 12:23 PM, "Cari Machet" <email suppressed> wrote:
> as far as my analysis of the film i see no large difference between it and
> a brakhage film when he films a cat - that was my exact reference point in
> the post - the only difference to me is in my mind because i know that
> brakhage filmed his wife having a baby, an autopsy... other more 'amazing'
> things than the cat
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