Tac-au-Tac is a French show from the 70s that ran for about 6 years. Produced by Jean Frapat, she invites unknown & known cartoonists from over the world to engage in improv games – such a pleasure to watch and so inspiring. The Institut national de l’audiovisuel is awesome for putting every episode up in their online archive here.
1. Moodymann – Don’t you want my love
2. Stu Phillips – Knight Rider Theme
3. Price Is Right – Game Show
4. Joe Hisaishi – Summer
5. Sinn Sisamouth – Mou Pei Na
6. Whirlpool Productions – Ja
7. Charles Mingus – Moanin’
8. Pomomofo – Whitehorse
9. Roy Ayers – The Memory
10. Alan Braxe – Intro
11. Paperclip People – Throw
oldies i’ve enjoyed. in the media playa on your right soonish.
“Who knew we’d be admiring the ease of high water khakis & white socks 45yrs later. What really strikes me is the reality of it all. This is not a carefully staged Polo ad shot by Bruce Weber but simply the day to day of a school year shot by a freshman.”
“Versions” is a virtual essay by Oliver Laric, who investigates the reappropiation and manipulation of images in our culture. It’s surreal to see how many images are just slightly altered and reintroduced. Sick!