(The Girl's Nervy by Jennifer Reeves)
(Light Work Mood Disorder [left side] by Jennifer Reeves)
"For instance, Mary Beth and I as we worked together on the Persians, are often speaking of Jenn Reeves's hand-painted films. And wondering, just to be specific, how does she get the paint to crack like that- we've tried burning a match over it, match under it, setting it in the sun, using India ink and so on, but she produces a distinctive cracking in her painting that's absolutely hers and of course we're not really supposed to have it, we're playing in a way, but in the mean time we're discovering other ways of creating that organic cracking of the paint or the substance of the paint."
(He Walked Away by Jennifer Reeves)
(When It Was Blue by Jennifer Reeves)
Labels: He Walked Away, Jennifer Reeves, Light Work Mood Disorder, Mary Beth Reed, Stan Brakhage, The Girl's Nervy, When It Was Blue