Paper Clip is a weekly compilation of online articles, artifacts, and other—old, new, and sometimes BOMB-related.
1. At Montevidayo, James Pate and Johannes Goransson commented on Sara Tuss Efrik and Mark Efrik Hammerberg's Persona Peep Show, a video poem that "exorcises" the classic Bergman film. Meanwhile, Rauan Klassnik questioned whether such work is too radical for the American palate.
2. Shaj Mathew revisited Jorge Luis Borges's hatred of soccer in an essay for the New Republic.
3. Mary Clare Stevens discussed the conception and realization of the late Mike Kelley's Mobile Homestead project in a feature for MOCAtv.
4. Coldfront featured a portfolio of drawings by Argentinian composer and visual artist Ariel Gonzalez Losada.
5. Filmmaker Joanna Hogg offered five hundred words on the connections between her first two efforts, Unrelated (2007) and Archipelago (2009), and her newest picture, Exhibition, all of which will run at the Film Society of Lincoln Center until July 3.
6. Is the Internet ruining your life at this very moment? Rhizome editor Brian Droitcour engages this question in a review of Extreme Animals' latest release, a "visual album" entitled The Urgency.