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18 FEBRUARY 2010

Sigmar Polke: Supermarkets

Fig.1 Sigmar Polke, Supermarkets (Wir Kleinbürger), 1976, Gouache, Goldbronze, Lack– und Acrylfarben, Filzstift, Collage auf Papier auf Leinwand, 207 x 295 cm., Privatbesitz, Hamburg, © Sigmar Polke, Photo: Peter Schälchli.

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Simon Perkins
18 FEBRUARY 2010

TXTual Healing at the Brooklyn Museum

"I was invited by the Brooklyn Museum to update some Utagawa prints with some interactive speech bubbles. I set up my new urban projection cart in the lobby of the museum and projected the prints with an interactive make over during the Museum's First Saturday event."

(Paul Notzold, 20th May 2008)

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2008annotationBrooklyn • Brooklyn Museum • inscriptioninstallationinteractivelayermuseumprojectionpublic artsite specific projection • speech bubbles • txt • TXTual Healing • Utagawa

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Simon Perkins
01 JANUARY 2004

The Pillow Book: writing into the film space and multiple perspectives

Peter Greenaway's masterpiece The Pillow Book (1996) presents a multifaceted view of an event, splintering discrete actions into various views. There are numerous instances of this technique employed in this film, creating a sense that the viewer is being presented with but one of many possible views.

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17 SEPTEMBER 2003

Memento: a life in Polaroids

"Memento chronicles two separate stories of Leonard, an ex–insurance investigator who can no longer build new memories, as he attempts to find the murderer of his wife, which is the last thing he remembers. One story line moves forward in time while the other tells the story backwards revealing more each time."

(Scion013, imdb.com)

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2000amnesiaChristopher Nolanchronologyfilm • Guy Pearce • inscription • Leonard Shelby • Memento (2000) • memorynonlinear narrativePolaroidtattoo
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