In Danny Kaye’s Eyes the viewer becomes a world traveler on a simulated odyssey through a rich, subtle and slightly foreboding web of references. In this environment, content is simultaneous with form. Quickly, television’s strobe effect slows our brain waves, reproducing the state preliminary to deep sleep. While reproducing the physiological effect of television, Danny Kaye’s Eyes leaves us no doubt about what we’re watching: not reality, or a faithful reproduction thereof, but a fluid envelope of dreams, which are simultaneously wet and haunted. This copy is a 2013 digitally enhanced version


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  • DVD,
  • H.264,


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  • Video Pool Media Arts Centre