Mr. Benedetti made me aware of another review of Mr. Barney’s Cremaster series, that of one Outlaw Vern:
Synopsis: In this third installment in the popular slasher series, some guy wearing a pink kilt with a napkin in his mouth (Matthew Barney) is in a big white room, climbing around on shit. The Rockettes are there and also the bands Agnostic Front and Murphy’s Law. But just when things seem to be going well, this lady turns into some kind of half cheetah lady. Will the napkin guy be able to still climb around and shit? Meanwhile, there are some little hammer things that he keeps fondling.
Review: Well there has been alot of talk about the Cremaster franchise which this guy Matt Barney plays in art galleries and he thinks it is not a movie but actually a statue. That is why he refuses to release any of them on dvd except for this half hour excerpt from part 3. Because it is a statue.
tangential citings of Mr. Barney
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Continuing my obsession with that Picasso picture, I’ve created three small glitch-gifs.
I’m using a small processing app.
Adapted from some code found online.
I don’t see myself suddenly becoming a “glitch artiste” (ahem). But it is a fun aesthetic; even when the results are crap they can still be quite dynamic. Cheap thrills!
My end-goal is to adapt these processes to images of text, and then see where that leads.
To those ends, I started cataloging some glitch/processing-glitch sources.
Earlier this month, I took Monkey out for ice cream. He eats it veeery slowly – lots of licks, but only with the tip of his tongue.
Once upon a time, a long time ago, I used to scribble on post-it-notes and then scan them in.
Once, I combined the images into a gif:
and even put it online.
I’ve since lost the original images, or have them buried on the hard-drive of a computer I haven’t turned on in a year.
But gif-explode.com just got them back!
Here’s the revised gif:
original, for reference:
They’re not in sync, since the speed is faster on the revised version.
Source image (seen briefly in animation):
No idea why I had this. Something to illustrate some arcane point arcanely in a forum, probably.
I have no idea where I got this. Probably google-images. Also found at Rave Flyers in the 90s. Which looks like FUN.
Found in a thread on Jodorowsky’s Dune. Illustrating an ancillary source of inspiration for the collaborationists.
On the difficulties of displaying poetry on the web, or in eReaders.
Charles Platt was suspicious of Nickled and Dimed, so he decided to work at WalMart.