A kaleidoskopic image of Andy Warhol, presumably found footage from some interview, is slowed down and played over sudden pangs of screeching white noise. Warhol's own distorted, delayed, voice guides us through the gaseous hallucination. It doesn't really get anywhere, it's an experimental short after all, it's not meant to reaffirm preconceived notions of form but rather play with them, deconstruct them, and piece them back together in different abstract ways, see what might come of it. Maybe something unexpectedly great will emerge from the broken shards of image and sound, this too not as an end in itself, but as a means to enrich form. Mainstream cinema of the last 20 years (not to say anything about MTV) has thrived on the ideas of pioneers like Matsumoto. Worth a watch for the adventurous viewer.
ANDY WARHOL: RE-REPRODUCTION
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