Finished my chalkboard today, and filmed an all-white chalk of blackboard version which was still moving for me, even this 4th time. I performed in 207, against a brick wall, using one of the department's new Sony HDV cameras. A filter setting was either left on, or accidentally set with a large toggle button on the outside of the camera! The entire performance is overlaid with a grain, making it useless (unless I can think of something). I then filmed the erasing, and spent more of the evening trying to clean the board.
Every time I perform, I lose count in some way and have to try to figure out how to come up with the right number. this time I did one, then ten, then thirty (total) then one hundred ten. It was supposed to be one hundred, but losing track I did thirty-plus-eighty. Then I went ahead and did twelve times the twelve pack, so I should have 254 in each quadrant, or over three million squares. Usually I go under do to breakage, falling chalk etc. Statistics are so general. Did I blog this already today? I'm definitely having deja-vu.