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February 14, 2007

spider really big

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still image from "spider really big"

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three

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still image from "three"

An exploration into learning and repetition, this experimental film reflects on the importance of making mistakes.

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boke

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still image from "boke"

What happens in language and communication when the codes are moved around?
Broke without the r is boke which changes the meaning. boke = the quality of the
out-of-focus image. Unexpected use of words and signs.

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happy earthday

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still image from "happy earthday"

A child sings a message to the viewer, reflecting the importance of repetition, play and experimentation in language and learning. There is an urgency to the message.

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you baby jesus

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still image from "you baby jesus"

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where two between

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still image from "where two between"

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emo

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still image from "emo"

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eioo

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stillimage from "eioo"

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the lesson

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still image from "the lesson"


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exit

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still image from "exit"

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responses to exhibit

Please post here any general comments you have about the exhibit
the space, equipment, sound (headphones or not) lighting or any
other general comments. As part of my research for this project it
is important to find out what kind presentation works best for the
viewer. What helps or hinders your interest / entrance into the video
and sound.