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06-13-06, 05:19 PM
Anyone seen this? Thoughts? http://www.cremaster.net/home.htm
I suppose I'd probably get more replies if i posted this in SS/FG forum, but...:)
I'd like to see it when it comes to an exhibit at a city near me, looks like it could either be breathtaking or pretensious beyond belief. Or both.:p
My vote is for pretentious.
06-14-06, 08:21 PM
Ugh, that Barney guy is as pretentious and childish as they come. Don't bother.
Here's some other good directors that are actually talented:
Stanley Kubrick, Jean Luc Godard, Federico Fellini, Wong Kar Wai, Alejandro Jodorowsky
06-15-06, 04:42 PM
That guy is shacked up with Bjork, which makes me want to take him more seriously than I did at first.
I think he's a provocateur in the dilletantish Jeff Koons mold. And I like Jeff Koons and his big puppies made of flowers.
I think the full cycle is probably like Shoah for the art school set. Personally, I don't have the time. They did have a scupltural piece of his at MoMa which I liked. Don't know if they still have it.
I went to art school w/a guy who was like a super low budget version of Barney. The same guy had the idea for the show jackass five or six years before it was on, but we were shooting 16mm and it got expensive & was cumbersome to do that kinda thing.
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