Saturday, June 28, 2008
filming our discussions? i wonder whether this will do justice to the path we have taken to get to this point.
i guess we shall see......
2. what is the space that resides between collaborators?
3. For this experiment Jackson Webb has been seen as one ego collaborating with another ego. what are the implications of this when there are 3 ego's involved and also for a shared ego to collaborate with another?
Friday, June 27, 2008
Is it working as it was meant to - e.g as a way of documenting a process? Is it a communication tool for us, or a way of communicating to an audience? Can it be both? Does having a chronological format make sense?
I just wonder what it is like to read, and what it is revealing to an audience.... has anyone had any feedback? Is anyone reading this stuff?
Thursday, June 26, 2008
1. In what sense might a collaborator be conceived of as a technician? (This question stems from how we started out, but I was thinking also about the other collaborations in the show.)
2. Has collaboration become a more ubiquitous form of cultural production in general as well as in art practices? If so, why do you think?
3. Paul’s film could be seen as a collaborative ‘explosion’ – a proliferation of creativity and authorship. If, like Tamiko has suggested, our work might ‘implode’, what does this mean and is it useful?
Tuesday, June 17, 2008
Tuesday, June 10, 2008
Will your film answer the question?
the question of the necessity of collaboration?a valid collaboration? work unconnected to an ego?
2. What colour, number and country is your film?
3. Is your film daytime or night time or other time?
4. Which extreme emotion is your film?
5. When did your film (going to) happen?
without time, different time frames
6. Would your film push or be pushed?
7. Does your film lead or follow?
leads into itself
8. How fast is your film?
9. Will your film nourish or neglect (take information from) a time line?
10. Will your film cooperate willingly or have to be taken by force
Sunday, June 1, 2008
The meetings also continue to provide great developments, and interesting, if confusing, collaborative drawings.