June 14th, 2009 / 10:58 pm
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Internet Artifact: Woman interviews Dog

womandogFound an awesome thing on the internet the other day: an interview between a woman and a dog as written by an entity that is neither dog nor woman: Specifically, it was written by David Stromberg, a writerĀ  and artist who has a graphic book coming out from Melville House this fall. Woman & Dog interview below…

1.Did you always know you were my dog?
Yes, no, yes.


2. How do you feel, having no ultimate control over
your life, having your own decisions be meaningless?
I have control, I could pee now, or later, or I could
poop.


3. But if you poop at the wrong time, if you poop at
home, for example, then you get your face in your
poop, I know you don’t like that.
If I didn’t like it I wouldn’t do it where you could
see it.

Read all of it here…*

*I can’t quite figure out the circumstances under which this interview/fiction/thing was published. It seems to be a personal website, but not Stromberg’s website, I think? If anyone can explain this to me leave a comment.

4 Comments

  1. Heath

      It’s LA artist Uudam Nguyen’s website, part of his thought bubble project where he puts LED thought bubbles over sculptures of people and I guess is inviting writers to fill in the blanks.

      It is tricky because on his site the link on this http://www.uudam.net/pthoughtbubble.html doesn’t take you to that URL. (This one should though.) Click around there on that page, there’s a lot there. Not sure where he’s showing it.

  2. Heath

      It’s LA artist Uudam Nguyen’s website, part of his thought bubble project where he puts LED thought bubbles over sculptures of people and I guess is inviting writers to fill in the blanks.

      It is tricky because on his site the link on this http://www.uudam.net/pthoughtbubble.html doesn’t take you to that URL. (This one should though.) Click around there on that page, there’s a lot there. Not sure where he’s showing it.

  3. crispin

      the above interview reminds me of ‘up’, the latest film from disney/pixar, which i have illicitly watched

  4. crispin

      the above interview reminds me of ‘up’, the latest film from disney/pixar, which i have illicitly watched