Reading Hypertext: Bill Kluba on Two Tables and Hypertext

Sunday, May 4th, 2008

At Tunxis we typically fall into interesting conversations in the halls. We often regret not having the recorder ready. And so we’ve begun to walk around with devices. We have an idea for a series called Gallery Talks.

The first talk is a fairly elaborate video/podcast of a conversation I had with William Kluba, Professor of Art at Tunxis Community College, where we pick up on the Confluence thesis, concentrating on his painting Two Tables and Mary-Kim Arnold’s hypertext, Lust. The movie is quite large so there may be some lag before it starts.

The second and third entries record a short snippet with Bill and then one of those office convos with John Timmons, called John on Blood and Motif.


4 responses to “Reading Hypertext: Bill Kluba on Two Tables and Hypertext”

  1. gibb says:

    Couldn’t get ’em. Will try again some time.

  2. Bryan Carroll says:

    I want taco bell now…

  3. gibb says:

    Thought I left a comment hours ago but must’ve messed up. Yes, it’s working for me now.

  4. alan bigelow says:

    Thanks for this, Steve!