So it’s about a month old already, and I know that is an internet credential lifetime but Spring has been keeping me outside and the storms tonight are just what the doctor ordered for a quiet night alone with the world at my finger tips. The above 5.5 minute video by Miranda July is SO worth your fabulous time, as how often do we get quality programming that was intended for a free upload? Not that often. “The Hallway,” a 125 foot hallway – English in one direction / Japanese in the other is what we are walking through here. From the Yokohama Triennale 2008, this piece is made available courtesy of Hara Museum. I like that this video could wind up being a nice segue from July’s writing back to another movie (AH HA! I just went to ye olde imdb.com and saw that she is writing and directing a new feature-length film called “Satisfaction,” wherein “a young couple’s relationship is put to the test when one of them embarks on an ecological mission” thank you internet!) “The Hallway” really adds to July’s catalog: it takes her keen sense of narrative and turns it inside out. While you are walking through it, the dream it paints is consistently grounded by the hand written time line. Never sparring her trademark humor and earnestness, you leave the hallway possibly just having made some decisions about where to go next. LOVING it. Be sure to take a look at the mock-blog comments over at her site.