“… ‘Random Clockwork,’ consists of bamboo poles organized into the frame of a tall, tepeelike construction. When a metal weight is attached to a string on one or the other side, the poles start banging away at each other. The sounds suggest the ticking of a crazy clock. The clacking wood makes us think of jousting, or of Karate chops. Some of the movements seem slapstick, some lethal.” - Michael Brenson, The New York Times, June 28, 1985, pg. C-24
Silent film shot in 1981 at the Artist's studio with a 16mm Bolex.