new works - the9th

Posted by Doron Golan | Mon Jul 16th 2007 6:27 a.m.

videos
http://the9th.com/?cat=1
movies
http://the9th.com/?cat=2

c,
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  • Michael Szpakowski | Tue Jul 17th 2007 7:19 p.m.
    Well, of course, I'm biased, Doron's a friend & we
    work together on dvblog *and* I wrote the music for
    one of these pieces, but I do urge people to explore
    this work. I think it is quite extraordinary in its
    breadth, its intelligence & a kind of transcendent
    magic that I feel viscerally but I'm not really sure
    how to begin to explain in words.
    It's something to do with the disjunction between a
    surface modesty (always) & austerity (often) & also
    its having, in my view, the great merit of refusing to
    ingratiate itself in any way but then richly rewarding
    serious engagement. So much work becomes simpler on
    repeated looking/listening - there's that sense of
    seeing, grasping, the layout, the structure, of seeing
    *how-it-was-done*,of assimilating -but this work
    resists assimiliation, becomes richer, more
    mysterious, the more one looks.
    What a feat! Utterly great! More!
    michael

    --- doron <d@the9th.com> wrote:

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    > c,
    > doron golan
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    > http://the9th.com/
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  • Jim Andrews | Wed Jul 18th 2007 8 a.m.
    many of these are very interesting concerning what does not seem to change.

    also, the 'pointilistic' filter of "Mourning" is used judiciously to protect
    the identity of the mourners and the film from a specificity it does not
    require.

    thanks, doron.

    ja

    > > videos
    > > http://the9th.com/?cat=1
    > > movies
    > > http://the9th.com/?cat=2
    > >
    > >
    > > c,
    > > doron golan
    > > ---------------------------------------------
    > > http://the9th.com/

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