plink, by Scott Stark and Kyle Schlesinger

Four stanzas of moving images of human recreational activities, cut to an excerpt from Marcel Duchamp’s The Entire Musical Work of Marcel Duchamp.

Scott Stark has made over 70 films and videos since the early 1980s, and has created numerous installations, performances and photo-collages as well. His work has shown nationally and internationally in venues as diverse as New York’s Museum of Modern Art, the San Francisco Cinematheque, the International Film Festival Rotterdam, the Tokyo Image Forum, and many others. His 16mm film Angel Beach was invited into the 2002 Whitney Biennial, and in 2007 he received a Guggenheim Fellowship. He now lives in Austin, Texas. He is the webmaster for Flicker (, the web resource for experimental film and video. More information is available at

Kyle Schlesinger is a poet who writes and lectures on typography and artists’ books. His books of poems include: Commonplace (Cuneiform, 2011); Bad Words to the Radio and Other Poems (Least Weasel, 2011); Picture Day (Electio Editions, 2011); What You Will (NewLightsPress, 2012) and Seeing Things (Chax Press, 2012). Poems & Pictures: A Renaissance in the Art of the Book was published in 2010 by the Center for Book Arts in conjunction with an exhibition that traveled from New York City to Houston, to Buffalo, to Chicago. He is an Assistant Professor of Communication Design at UHV and proprietor of Cuneiform Press.

part of the Counterpath video poetics series mt/time, series page here