by Steve Haruch
* Then there are these sculptures by Neil Dawson, which remake the horizon by imposing what look (from a distance, in a photo) like drawings on an otherwise photographic space. It's like pop-pastoral or something, and a nifty effect.
* And speaking of remakes of famous art, I assume many of you have already seen or heard about Star Wars Uncut — a remake of A New Hope composed of 15-second clips submitted by people around the world, stitched together to make a sprawling, slapdash new movie that somehow holds together. Every quarter-minute it oscillates wildly from dorm-room sets to crude animation, no-budget chromakey shots to actors costumed in shiny trash. It's amazing. Scene editor Jim Ridley described it as "the most kid-friendly piece of avant-garde film ever made." Check it out: