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Fischli and Weiss remove these things that surround us from their contexts in our daily lives, and then restructure their relationships to one another. The artists aim neither to glorify nor to alienate these common objects, but merely to create new references in which they might be considered.
THE WAY THINGS GO - without narration or interviews - simply records the self-destructing performance of Fischli's and Weiss' most ambitious construction: 100 feet of physical interactions, chemical reactions, and precisely crafted chaos worthy of Rube Goldberg or Alfred Hitchcock.
You really have to see this one to believe it.
It's rather long for one sitting, no plot or story line, just one unbelievable event after another keeping the chain reaction going.
This is a metaphore about how you can't control the way things go (beautiful, unrrepitable, chain reaction) in life..... I think.
Must have for any science program in almost any school setting. I have played this to kindergartner, 1st, 2nd, 4th, 5th grade students and they have all really enjoyed it. Read morePublished 3 months ago by Beezlebubba
A classic and always fun to watch. Love getting it from Amazon Prime - arrived in two days, as promised.Published 4 months ago by Amazon Addict
I had this movie arrive before a friend of mine came to my cabin for a weekend. He studied engineering, I studied art. The video was a perfect marriage of both for our reunion. Read morePublished 9 months ago by John
Probably the most demanded “Play It Again!” film of all time. It has its own Wikipedia page, and the Honda Cog ad that was a homage to it was found to violate Fichelli and Wiess’... Read morePublished 12 months ago by W. B. Abbott
I am an art teacher of 15 years. I show this every year, to every class and even though they've seen it, they always ask to see it again....and again....and again!! Read morePublished 17 months ago by ninochka
This is a fantastic artwork, inspiring in so many ways. I first saw this film in a museum in Boston years ago - was thrilled that it's available now and am able to share it with... Read morePublished on January 29, 2012 by E. Gould
This is easily one of the most Beautiful works of Art I have ever encountered.Published on May 12, 2010 by little prince
This is a metaphore about how you can't control the way things go (beautiful, unrrepitable, chain reaction) in life..... I think.Published on February 2, 2010 by M. B. Atrian
"The Way Things Go" is with things going. No music, no text or spoken words, but an incredible chain of things happening. Read morePublished on July 20, 2009 by E. M. Van Court