The Kick-About #33 ‘Herzog’s Dancing Chicken’

Dancing chickens!

Red's Kingdom

After the epic, panoramic, and impressionist works riffing on Rutenberg’s Low Dense, I’m delighted to present an all-new showcase of work inspired by the improbable, homespun spectacle of Werner Herzog’s dancing chicken. (That’s not a sentence a person gets to write every day!). I’m delighted too to welcome some new kick-abouters into our midst, creative power-couple Chris Rutter and Evelyn Bennett. Welcome both, have fun!

Chris Rutter & Evelyn Bennett

“We have made a cut up poem from the words of the last scenes in the film. Dance, fuckers, dance!” /

Emily Clarkson

“I was a bit bamboozled by the dancing chicken clip from ‘Stroszek’ having never watched the film. So I opted for some zany, silly visuals, featuring the chicken, duck and rabbit! I call it ‘Head Banger Stroszek.’

Jan Blake

“I’m still wallowing in bright colours this…

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6 responses to “The Kick-About #33 ‘Herzog’s Dancing Chicken’”

  1. Ingrid says :

    One of my favourite Herzog movies! I like the chicken-feet design 😊

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  2. philgomm says :

    Thanks so much, Kerfe! Cluck! 😀

    Liked by 1 person

  3. Catxman says :

    Kerfe, that chicken looks delicious. I’m on a diet right now so I can’t indulge, but when I finally put aside my mushrooms and rice, I’m going to grab my a McChicken burger from MCD and wolf it down in honor of your post.

    — Catxman

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