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woensdag 29 augustus 2012
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vrijdag 24 augustus 2012
donderdag 23 augustus 2012
In this very short clip, Draeger compares two very similar scenes (with very different outcome) that were both taken from Don Siegel's classic Dirty Harry (1970), by synchronizing them on the same screen. Twice, Clint Eastwood in the role of Dirty Harry is asking the eternal question: Do you feel lucky, Punk? (giving the title to the piece above with came originally from a 1970's Punk compilation). Both times the criminal is guessing wrong, leading to the arrest of the first and the death of the second.
Gus Van Sant's Remake of Psycho (1997, color) of Alfred Hitchcocks’ Psycho (1960, black and white) is the most elaborate and precise remake in cinematic history: a conceptual art piece from Hollywood.
In this film Draeger layers Gus Van Sant’s "Psycho" remake and Alfred Hitchcock’s original version completely over one another.
Draeger about this work: The film superimposes one film over the other digitally, thus creating a double vision: the "Psychos" become "Schizo". It looks like one of those 3-D movies only that there are no glasses to reconstruct the image — it remains schizophrenic.