By Philippe Parreno
Artist and filmmaker, Philippe Parreno, who created the documentary, Zidane: A twenty first Century Portrait, takes us in flow on a distinct voyage via London - a trip with no the common reasons of a trip, an inventive, psychogeographical course - a part of a chain of twelve books tied to the twelve traces of the London Underground.
'This is my quite steam punk thought: A time desktop. once you learn this e-book you'll return in time. It takes an hour to learn the e-book and it takes an hour to arrive Barking station from Hammersmith station. this can be an hour in 21 years.'
So starts Philippe Parreno, operating in movie clips from Marilyn to Gremlins, Philip ok. Dick to Jurassic Park, exploring as he is going the that means of time, of recognition, of artwork and construction. the result's a controversy, an essay, a psychogeography, a manifesto.
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Finding yourself face down in shallow, muddy, cold water is not good for one’s disposition so I sat on the bank, discarded my sodden shoes and jeans, and prepared to start again. It took a few minutes to gather myself. I’d been trying to establish a more personal connection with the river. I’d talked to it, even played music for it, but maybe I was being too familiar. Perhaps this was the Murray’s way of reminding me not to take it for granted. The second attempt to load the boat was more successful.
Athough never quite courageous enough to enter the race I was, after due consideration, determined to test myself in a similar vein. I decided to paddle from Yarrawonga to Picnic Point, a distance of almost 200 kilometres. We had some things to discuss, and for that the river and I needed to be alone. My craft was a Canadian canoe, which, although not the fastest, was a vessel with plenty of space for gear and, importantly, would more than likely stay upright. All of this was of no concern to me, since this was winter and I wasn’t racing, just out for what I hoped would be a leisurely five-day paddle.
A sign near the gangway explained that she wouldn’t be cruising the river for some time. The first Cumberoona had carried wool and passengers during the 1860s, but after moving to South Australia in 1887 she was snagged and sank. This new Cumberoona wasn’t a real paddle-steamer, simply a replica built to give tourists a taste of the river experience. Even though one of the first steamers on the river was named after the town, Albury never had much of the riverboat trade thanks to the snags which made it barely navigable.