It's like no other narrative I've ever encountered. The way the board madly scrolls through the letters, slowly revealing the hidden meaning within fascinates me. It's all the more entrancing because it happens again and again and again, gradually uncovering a new piece of the story with each new sentence. Whether each new snippet adds up to one grand telling or many smaller tales is partly a question of interpretation. It is something that raises questions and resists traditional definition, and while that might sound a tad pretentious, I think it what make really worthwhile and challenging art. The whole thing has been bouncing around my head ever since I laid eyes upon it those many months ago and I don't think it's going away any time soon.
Therefore, with the new picking system we've put into place, I thought I'd throw out the challenge to myself and anyone else who wants to give it a try to find a way to translate this work of art into our more familiar comic book medium. You're welcome to work directly off that video, or if you'd like a little more information on 24:00:01, you can find it at Shilpa Gupta's website (including the piece's full script).
I recognize that this is a somewhat unorthodox selection, but I think that is only going to make the various interpretations we see this week all the more interesting.
As always, you're more than welcome to try your hand at it by posting your scripts to the comments for this very post.