jellynet (new work)

Posted by Jess Loseby | Tue Sep 14th 2004 8:56 a.m.

found myself with some time to add a new one to the 'without permission' series
http://www.rssgallery.com/jellynet.htm

cheers,
jess.

animation by 'rubarb & custard' (brit joke) o
/^ rssgallery.com
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  • Michael Szpakowski | Wed Sep 15th 2004 1:18 a.m.
    Clicking on the sheep was particularly satisfying.
    I loved the sun also. The whole thing is very elegant!
    best
    michael

    --- Jess Loseby <jess@rssgallery.com> wrote:

    > found myself with some time to add a new one to the
    > 'without permission' series
    > http://www.rssgallery.com/jellynet.htm
    >
    > cheers,
    > jess.
    >
    > animation by 'rubarb & custard' (brit joke) o
    > /^ rssgallery.com
    > ][
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  • Jim Andrews | Wed Sep 15th 2004 4:14 a.m.
    i enjoyed that also. had just finished watching american psycho and reading
    some lisa jarnot before jellynet. so, pardon me, but allow me to quote some
    lisa jarnot. somehow the sheep reminded me.

    Story

    They loved these things. They loved the trees
    the sheep the windows of the sun. They loved the sun
    and called the sun the sun. They called the sun the birds
    and then the sheep and then it rained and then they ate.
    They ate the sheep, the birds, the sun, and then the rain.
    The rain came and they loved it and they loved the little

    trees. They loved the trees and also ships and little
    windows of the sun. They loved the thing called sun, the trees,
    the birds, the sheep, the windows of the ship and also rain.
    They asked about the sheep and also birds and then the sun.
    They told the stories of the birds they knew and then they ate.
    They ate the birds in stories that had sheep and ships and birds.
    .
    .
    .
    from Black Dog Songs (Flood Editions)

    ja

    > Clicking on the sheep was particularly satisfying.
    > I loved the sun also. The whole thing is very elegant!
    > best
    > michael
    >
    > > found myself with some time to add a new one to the
    > > 'without permission' series
    > > http://www.rssgallery.com/jellynet.htm
    > >
    > > cheers,
    > > jess.
    > >
    > > animation by 'rubarb & custard' (brit joke) o
    > > /^ rssgallery.com
    > > ][
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