After having to stay here with me for more than six months and then working together, also an old friend of Siggraph, Yves Bodson. All technical problems are now sorted out and obstacles particulaly in terms of creativity way behind, or somewhat at the beginning of a much deeper and a much more comprehensive way of working. I.e. finally to have found my own quite personal way of working, including the ability of publishing, on DVDs and not entirely on the Internet, both full scale but also in a full gloom of colors.      

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Comment by Jacki Morie on January 13, 2012 at 7:47pm

A full "gloom" of colors.... hmmmm

Comment by Peter Petersen on December 16, 2011 at 9:24pm

I hope you can spot the problem, with where to squeeze my things in with Siggraph? What category? Whereas, and I now send out a lot of it for Christmas, no problem at all, people just appreciate and that’s all.  

Comment by Peter Petersen on December 16, 2011 at 9:22pm

Immediately, a normal canvas, it is something with four corners and then normally in white. Whereas here, for instance with a DVD, the “corners” are then reduced to only two, beginning and an end. Moreover, whether figurative or non-figurative, where the easiest thing is then to cast an eye on another, or in fact listening? Speech or song, it is still in the same terminology, figurative, i.e. there is a message involved, and then on the other hand, music, it is of course non-figurative. And again, back to what we see and again to point out that “the four corners” here it is only, length. Still, with figurative, it is what we all know as movies, animations, videos and so on, or something we ca see to be something? And then, still according to the same, non-figurative, what is that? It is maybe not a movie or even a video, but most certainly not any kind of animation? 


Comment by Peter Petersen on December 16, 2011 at 9:19pm

Explore some borderlines – I said, where in fact the normal way to put it, it is whether to fill the canvas or not? What is immediately to bring myself in to some very deep waters of explanation, because? With a normal canvas, piece of paper or whatever, there is then a distinction between figurative and then on the other hand non-figurative or abstract sort of painting. Normally, with figurative painting, questions of whether to fill the canvas doesn’t occur, because in showing things we immediately recognize as maybe being something, already there is a message. Whereas seen with the so-called non-figurative and it very well tells us what it is, abstract and therefore nothing to be recognized, call it something emotional or maybe a sensation, then immediately questions of  “whether to have filled the canvas or not” it comes in for full?


Comment by Peter Petersen on December 16, 2011 at 6:07am

Quite! Although just as easy it is now to publish and to show it nearly all over, including art galleries and so on, just as diffcult it seems now to do it in a Siggraph envionnement? It is nothing particularly new, apart from trying to explore some other borderlines i.e. going to the very end of what it is, what is here one and a half hours, maybe in a different sort of canvas but a canvas still, namely the DVD. And no new technologies, maybe not like in the good old days with the good old brush, then at least no new software and even sometimes hardware, younger than 2008? Also, provided I would like to send you something what I certainly do, to what place do I then have to ship it, a DVD, and when?

Comment by Jacki Morie on December 15, 2011 at 3:33pm

So let us see!

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