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on April 12 at
Su-Mei Tse’s L’Echo (2003), DVD video projection, 4-minute, 54-second loop
At Seattle Asian Art Museum. (Gallery info here.)
I get dizzy just looking at that photo.
Isn't that a still from "The Sound of Music"?
@3 -- I held off posting something along those lines only because no online translator could give me a read on an English to Japanese conversion of "The hills are alive with the sound of music. The song they have sung for a million years."
Fuck those online translators. That should be shouted, in Japanese, from the top of every slovenly Capital Hill studio-only apartment building. And because of them, this can't happen.
All I have to say is: Toire wa doko desu ka?
The hills are alive with the sound of music
With songs they have sung for a thousand years
Well, it sure FEELS like a million years.
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