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18 DECEMBER 2012

Verknipte tijden / Distorted times

Fig.1 Gideon van der Stelt (2012). "Verknipte tijden / Distorted times", collage of existing film fragments, released into my paper–folded version of Utrecht. Shot on a 7D and processed in After Effects.

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Andy Love
20 SEPTEMBER 2012

Lana Del Rey covers 'Blue Velvet' for H&M ad

"Lana Del Rey has recorded a cover of the classic track 'Blue Velvet' for a commercial for clothing company H&M"

(NME.COM)

Fig.1, 2 Directed by Johan Renck for H&M

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2012 • autumn collection • Blue Velvet (1986)Bobby Vinton • classic track • clothing companycreative inspirationDavid Lynchdesign stylefashion design collection • H and M • homagein-between narratives • Johan Renck • Lana Del Rey • mise-en-scenemusic clipmusic covernarrative scenesotherworldlinessstyletableau vivanttheatrical spaceTVCvisual dramavisual spectacle

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Simon Perkins
10 JULY 2012

Visual simplicity targeting younger customers

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2011aesthetics • Alexandre Plokhov • Alexandre Plokhov collection • autumn/winter collection • classic design • classic suit • cloakclothescontemporary design • cool tailoring • design formalismdesign simplicitydesign style • Douglas Keeve • elegancefashion designfashion design collectionfigures in spacehaute couturehigh fashionhomoeroticismkaleidoscope • men • menswear • menswear design • menswear designer • minimalmirrored effect • overcoat • staid suit • stand-out pieces • stylesuitsymmetrytableau vivanttailoringvideo designvisual designvisual dramavisual simplicitywool • wool overcoat • younger customer • younger customers

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Simon Perkins
11 NOVEMBER 2011

The Greeting is a film which pretends to be a painting

Bill "Viola's The Greeting is pretending to be a picture, hanging on the wall of the National Gallery, as part of 'The Passions' exhibition in 2003. The context of the gallery space and the badging of The Greeting as a picture give the work something different, making it more than just a film. The significance is in the context of where it is shown and the pretence occurring that this is a picture. Indeed, when walking downstairs in the National Gallery towards 'The Passions' exhibition, it is seeing it hanging on the wall that strikes immediately; I am being invited to believe that this animated film is pretending to be a picture. The analogy is of the picture becoming an actor, pretending to be something else. In terms of form, The Greeting is a film. Therefore, what is it that makes it now defined as an exhibition, a part of Viola's 'The Passions' in 2003? It is only the fact that it's part of a gallery that makes it an exhibition, although in reality it is also actors directed by a video artist into this film, slowed down and with no sound, which is pretending to be a painting. Therefore, it is conceptual art, in that what the artist is doing is not just making a painting, or having the idea for a painting, but having the idea of where it should be staged. The inscribed text of the space in which it is viewed makes a difference to what the viewer or spectator sees, and what is going on."

(Alison Oddey, 2007, p.70)

3). Alison Oddey (2007). "Re–Framing". In: "Re–Framing the Theatrical", Palgrave Macmillan. 1–21.

Fig.1 Bill Viola (1995). "The Greeting".
Fig.2 Jacopo Carucci da Pontormo "The Visitation".

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2003actorsallusionart historyartistartistic experience • Bill Viola • conceptual artcontextexhibitionfigurationfilmgallery • gallery space • hanging on the wall • homage • inscribed text of the space • interdisciplinaryliving picturesmetatheatricalityNational Gallerypainting • Passions (exhibition) • performancepicturepretence • pretending • pretending to be a painting • re-framing • reenactmentreflexive foregroundingremediationspacespectatorspectatorship • staged • stagingtableau vivant • The Greeting • The Passions • the role of the spectator • the viewer • theatre-art • theatricaltime slowed downvideo artvideo artistviewer

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Simon Perkins
09 SEPTEMBER 2011

2 Dimen­sional Life of Her

"2 Dimen­sional Life of Her is a visual per­for­mance made of draw­ing, ani­ma­tion, pup­petry, pro­jec­tion and paper.

Set in an artist's stu­dio, a richly imag­ined par­al­lel world is awoken where every­thing that was thought to be still or flat becomes some­thing else. Her draw­ings repro­duce them­selves, drift between sur­faces and move in and out of three dimen­sions. She loses con­trol of her cre­ations and absolutely any­thing becomes possible..."

(Fleur Elise Noble)

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2 Dimen­sional Life of Her • 2D2D representationsartworksAustraliacollagedrawing • Fleur Elise Noble • paperpapercuttingperformance • performative possibilities of drawing • projectionpuppetryspeculative designtableau vivanttheatre • theatre experiences • theatre spaces

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Simon Perkins
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