Re: [-empyre-] Re: welcoming Young hae Chang Heavy Industries
Thanks for the love.
For everyone's information, Doron Golan's http://www.computerfinearts.com/
By the way, take a look at this:
Well, we could say that art should make you uncomfortable -- but that would
be a stupid cliché. We will henceforth take into consideration slower
readers. We want you to be comfortable.
Some tips: stand back from the computer screen; turn off the sound (it can
be distracting; reread; reread again; now turn up the sound, get close to
the screen, and enjoy. Sort of like reading and rereading poetry, we hope.
Although poetry can be excruciating, and we would like to spare you any
Young-hae and Marc
On 5/4/05 2:27 AM, "doron" <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> chiming in on the love-fest here :))
> could not agree more on what Deborah wrote.
> I'd like to ask Young-hae and Marc about the physical challenge for the
> readers. in particular the slow readers, (like myself).
> I find some works (Dakota for example) to be fast and somewhat not easy to
> read through.
> Victoria Defiled for example is slower and I find the experience of reading
> the piece to be more comfortable.
> I am wondering about your parameters for the 'Tempo' , the rhythm, and the
> intensity of the text.
>> I just wanted to say that Young hae Chang Heavy
>> Industry's Cunnilingus in North Korea is one of the
>> most charming, hilarious, intriguing and flat out mad
>> pieces of any kind of artwork I've ever seen, with the
> best soundtrack.
> I've sent it to many people, as well as experienced it
> repeatedly myself.
> I'm really delighted to be hearing more from them.
> Deborah Kelly
> empyre forum
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