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Cut random images from a random film on my hard drive. The film turned out to be THX 1138 by George Lucas.

I forwarded the movie nine times with the slidebar. I created a film still from each forward.

Nine frames.

Then flipped through the Book of Frank by CA Conrad. Copied seven random lines.

Flipped through The Trees The Trees by Heather Christle and copied two random lines.

Shuffled the nine lines from CA Conrad and Heather Christle in a magic hat.

Took each line out of the hat and placed them under the film stills.

Will keep playing.

Sometimes interesting things happen.

Other times maybe not.

It's like life.


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