To end my holidays’ sketching serie, here is what happen when I really don’t know where I’m going. I know this is weird but it was fun to do and I like weird stuff so I’m happy. Special thanks to my mother to show me her ear as I always forget how it’s shaped (don’t worry mum your ears look much better).
This Videotron happened just before a marvelous spaghetti bolognaise dish cooked by miss A. To be honest I did a couple of attempt before this one, all rubbish because of two much preparation…
So, this is the only rule: don’t come to the Videotron, the Videotron comes to you. Enjoy (or cry, as usual).
This is a Sunday evening’ Videotron, second attempt. Again I started naked – not litteraly – and build up “something”. Oh and yes, this one is in my mothertongue: la France!
During last week’ Bobby McFerrin gig – amazing by the way – I got an idea, and a name for this idea: Videotron. I can’t really sort out why I choose this name but I liked it.
The idea of recording some kind of improvised performances – whatever it is: music, drawing, dance, singing, speaking, … – was there for a long time. So watching Bobby being so natural, free, happy (and he didn’t worry) in front of hundreds of people certainly make the connection in my mind to do something with these “happenings” that I generally share only with people in the same room as me.
For this first attempt I started with not much in mind, just my guitar in hands, until I saw Paul Arden’s best seller “Whatever you think, think the opposite“. So I really started from there and you might find that bad or not bad. Anyway, it just happened!