Vija Celmins says that the thing she likes about painting is that "[I]t just takes a second for the information to go all the way in. Then you can explore it later." "Through the making you make a million decisions that give the work a personal identity that develops over painting it many times. And it gives it a certain kind of presence." The viewer is able to "scrutinize it and relive the making of it . . . ." It's a wonderful description of the artistic process.
. Pecker (1998) A great movie with an indie feel that is heightened by the artistic genius of John Waters behind the camera. Weirdness galore aside, Edward Furlong delivers a great performance as the small town sandwich shop employee turned over night fine art photography sensation when he is discovered by a big city art dealer who leads him through the tongue-in-cheek world of fine art photography scene.
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Watch this and see how sound is added to film. These people listen very carefully!