Tuesday, December 15, 2009

ONEIROCRITICA: The Found-Object Sculpture of Keith Lo Bue

As the new DVD takes shape (obviously I've chosen a title), it has brought me back to my roots in a big way. Spending time with my early work has been like having a family reunion. Look forward to seeing scores of never-published pieces, all hypnotically worked into slowly drifting dreamscapes of imagery. Or so I'm attempting. The software curve is steep, but I'm thrilled at what has happened so far.

Here is a sneak peek at a few of the very early pieces from the late 1980's that will feature on the DVD (click to enlarge).

One of the big new developments to announce is the inclusion of several incredible composers whose work will elevate these films. At this moment, in addition to Guy Klucevsek's crucial sounds, musical contributions span the globe, from electronic music / found sound masters Akira Rabelais, Taylor Deupree and Adrian Klumpes to acoustic minimalist composers James Blackshaw and Lubomyr Melnyk. I'm fairly jumping out of my skin at my good fortune - these are some of my favorite musicians on the planet. Check out their websites, listen in, and you'll see why I'm so honored.

Well, back to the keyboard - just thought I'd touch base and fill you in.



  1. Looks amazing Keith ,The music will be awesome to match your incrediable work a match made in heaven

  2. I just love your invented vocabulary. Hey just wanted to wish you and the family a happy christmas. See you in a few months. -A

  3. Looking forward to it.

    Happy New Year.

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  5. Congratulations for the wonderful objects. I also visited your site and I would be more than happy if you could give me your consent to post some of your pictures on my blog (http://ora25.wordpress.com/). I also sent you a permission request on email, but no answer from you. So I try here, too, though as I see your presence along the comments is rather rare. :) Kindest regards, Ora.