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‘flipbook operation guide’ in the Pompidou this November

I received word that I’ll have at least one book in an international exhibition of flipbooks at the Biblioth√®que publique d’information-Centre Pompidou in Paris in November. What’s really cool is that they’ve decided to reproduce my “flipbook operation guide” on my website for the gallery signage throughout the exhibition – translated into French.

UPDATE – pictures from the show!

the ‘guide’ is available on the chronopsis site
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the most exciting live video, ever.

but not really.

the st. olaf avenue webcam is now live, streaming exciting moments from the window at 519, such as: that frighteningly large SUV, again; man walking morphologically similar jack russell terrier; minivan caravan; cross country team mob; neighbor children passing gingerly on poorly maintained sidewalk; hockey team-house parking hijinks (they’re featured on the right, with driveway seasonally expanded to include frozen front yard).

if it’s dark, you’ll get to see head- and tail-lights passing by. tune in tomorrow and see what you’re missing in minnesota. click the link to yesterday’s time lapse of motion-sensor trips – all the exciting parts packed into one chaotic sequence (it’s a big file and will take a while to download, but it’s fun).

http://www.patrickkelley.org/