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speaking of audiences and the communal experience of art, another nice thing the live audience provides is a perception of responses other than one's own. like the nervous laughter from the audience that just doesn't get it when frank zappa, or andy kaufman, or david lynch appears on a mainstream talk show, and then too, jay leno's reaction to lynch and fire walk with me.

lynch on leno's tonight show:




and camille paglia on conan, with a term of art: arc of transcendence (and fifteen years later hillary clinton and newt gingrich are still at the top of their parties):

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rustingwillpowr
Apr. 12th, 2011 03:42 am (UTC)
i've never seen an interview with david lynch. not at all what i would have expected. he actually comes across as an interesting, likeable guy.

i've only seen fire walk with me, which i did enjoy. i've never seen the tv series, although i did have the soundtrack and some music from lost highway. (i am a fan of angelo badalamenti.)
jones_casey
Apr. 12th, 2011 06:23 am (UTC)
i had not until this year seen an interview with him. and you're right, he's not even like my artist friend craig, who resembles him most in interests and talents, from among people i know in real life, although they're both interesting and likeable.

i think you'd dig the series, it's got a lot of goofiness that's not in the movie and it's more about characters than the violence of what occurred (and doesn't have any explicit sex scenes). and there's a terrific appearance by david duchovny in a handful of season 2 episodes (and season 1 is only 8 episodes long). & of course a lot more great badalamenti.
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