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Performed on February 15 @ 7:30pm

62 Chaussee de Forest / Vorstsesteenweg 62
1060 Saint-Gilles - Brussels - Belgium


I.  This, That, and the Other Thing:  Arrow on the Job

Composed by:  Bertal
Arranged and Conducted by:  Michel Villard
From the Compilation:  Les Musiques Des Films De Charlie Chaplin
(Blue Moon, Nov. 16, 2004)
From the motion picture Modern Times Charlie Chaplin

Intertitles 1-3:  David Colosi

II.  The Diatribe of the Diagram:  Arrow’s Plight

I Am…I Said
Written by: Neil Diamond, 1971 Prophet Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
From the Compilation:  The Neil Diamond Collection, November 23, 1999, MCA

Intertitles 4-6:  David Colosi

III.  What It’s Like on the Other Side (of the Tomato)

I Wanna Be Free
Composed by: Marc Anthony, Dan Shea, Kara DioGuardi
Performed by:  Marc Anthony
From the CD:  Mended, Columbia/Sony Records, May 21, 2002

IV.  Admiration for the Archer:  Drawing the bow

Fly Away
Produced, Composed, and Performed by:  Lenny Kravitz, Virgin Records, 1998
From the CD:  Lenny Kravitz Greatest Hits, October 24, 2000, Virgin Records, US.

V.  On Being: Arrow flies
(Dasein Goes Insane:  Reversing Throwness)

Theme From Attack of the Killer Tomatoes
Composed by:  John De Bello
(from the Four Square Production motion picture Attack of the Killer Tomatoes, 1977)
Performed by: The Cincinnati Pops Orchestra with Michael Bishop
Conducted by:  Erich Kunzel
From the Compilation:  Scary Music, Telarc, September 24, 2002

Intertitles 7-8:
Robinson, Bruce, Dir.  How to Get a Head in Advertising.  Handmade Films Partnership, (Distribution: MGM Home Entertainment) 1989: DVD Chapter 10.
 (Spoken by the Boil)

VI:  Oh, Molting Me

I Am…I Said
Written by: Neil Diamond, 1971 Prophet Music, Inc. (ASCAP)
Arranged and Performed by:  Killdozer
(Dan Hobson: drums; Bill Hobson: guitar; Michael Gerald: guitar, vocals)
From the CD: Twelve Point Buck/Little Baby Buntin’, 1989
Touch And Go Records, P.O. Box 25520, Chicago, IL 60625

VII.  The Ricochet: Adding injury to Ulcer
(The Hijikata-Kata Shake)

Guitar Solo 5
From the CD:  Neil Young - Dead Man
(from Dead Man, a film by Jim Jarmusch, 1996)
Composed and Performed by:  Neil Young
Produced by:  Neil Young & John Hanlon
Recorded and Mixed by:  John Hanlon
Published by:  Silver Fiddle Music ASCAP
Vapor Records, 1996
Distributed by: Reprise Records, a Time Warner Company

Intertitles 9-11:
Calvino, Italo.  T-Zero.  Trans. William Weaver, New York:  Harcourt Brace Jovanovich Inc. (First Harbrace Paperbound Library Edition), 1969:  p. 95.

VIII.  Hitting the Target:  Metamorphosis or Wishful Success?

Wishing (Will Make it So)
The Glenn Miller Orchestra
From the CD:  The Essential Glenn Miller
(From the RKO motion picture Love Affair)
(Buddy DeSlyva)
Chappell & Co., Inc./Warner Bros. Music (ASCAP)
Vocal by Ray Eberle,
Recorded 4/10/39

Stomach X-ray drawings adapted from: 
Buckstein, Jacob.  Annals of Roentgenology, Vol. X : Peptic Ulcers, Paul Hoeber, Inc. New York, 1930.

Head X-Ray drawings and objects adapted from images culled from the internet
with great respect for the following survivors:
Ronald Hunt, Wayne Gail Creek, Buck No. 9 (Clark County Deer Project), Patrick Lawler, unnamed 23-month-old boy (Brixton bomb blast victim); Alice (The Wonder Dog); Isidro Mejia; Travis Bogumill, and Jed Bryant.

Film Production
Chab Boekmans

Still and moving image contributions by Isabelle Arthulf, Fabien Defendini, Gerard El. G, Vincent Everarts, Lan Cheung

Slide show photo credits: 
Stomach X-Ray drawings: Isabelle Arthulf
Gallery installation shots: D. Colosi
Performance stills: Lan Cheung & Gerard El. G

Special thanks to
Boaz Barkan, Jimmy Raskin, Catherine Sullivan, Ohashi Hiroshi, and Lan Cheung




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