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Perpetual Motion Food - This miraculous food was invented by Alfred Jarry to promote bicycling, love making and other wonderful imaginary solutions. Marcel Duchamp promoted it througout the 20th century. Recently, Pfizer and otheres have been producing generics.

 

The recipe for PERPETUAL MOTION FOOD can be found in Alfred Jarry's novel Supermale ((Le surmale (fr.), Supermann (dt)) written in 1903.

It allowed a quintuplet (5 bicyclists on one bike) to win the Ten Thousand Miles Race against a train on the route Vladivodstock to Paris in 1925.

It also allowed other wonders and offers you myriads of IMAGINARY SOLUTIONS THAT WORK WONDERS AND MOVE STONES - rolling stones..

 

In order to revive PERPETUAL MOTION FOOD, I'm sponsoring the German bicycle duo: Holm and Julia bicycling from Stuttgart Germany to New Zealand: a many months long trip, longer then hte 10.000 Miles race, Alfred Jarry was writing of in 1903.

 

more to come soon with ALFRED

 

 

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perpetual motion food drawings

 

 

The 10.000 Miles Bike Race

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Alfred Jarry. props and other goodies

 

 

 

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more PMF drawings

 

 

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this is an Perpetual Motion Food altar piece... to be produced

 

 

People under the INFLUENCE of PMF

 

CE QUI ROULE - THAT WHICH ROLLS - EARLY FORMS OF ROLLIN' ROCK, 2008 

a film - 37 mim

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I wanna be Alfred Jarry, Vindex 1897, 2011

16mm film , 5 min 14 seconds

the film on line (contact me for password)

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I wanna be Alfred Jarry, Cleveland, Toulouse-Lautrec, 1896, 1897, 2011

16 mm black and white film - ask for password

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√Čtant donn√© - Use a Bicycle - a black and white 16 mm film, 2011 - 12 min long

THE FILM : (email me for password)

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CE QUI ROULE
That-Which-Rolls (early forms of rollin' rocks)
A theater performance / play in 3 parts -

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people in need of Perpetual Motion Food

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How to best take Perpetual Motion Food

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PERPETUAL MOTION FOOD - A 24 Hour Re-Enactment

a performance without public

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more to come:

- A commercial

- A Perpetual Motion Food 24 or 48 hour bike race

 

 

this advertisement is brought to you by Rainer Ganahl -