In the past hour, I’ve heard from a few people who said how nice it was to read Caitlin’s words, to “hear” her.
I’m going to share a few snippets of iPhone video here. I often think that not long ago, people didn’t even have photographs of loved ones. All they had were drawings (if they were lucky) and memory. These are comforting when I can bear to view them.
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Most of the videos are of Kitten joking around. She had a great sense of humor.
The next one was a year ago, at the Andy Warhol Museum. We both did “Andy’s Screen Test,” where you stare into a camera for 3 minutes. Playback is 4 minutes.
This was the first go. For some reason, Caitlin decided she wanted to go back and do a second one. She let her hair down and then, seemingly presciently, threw off her oxygen and smiled at the very end. We used the entire four minutes to conclude the tribute film
Pretending to be an old washer-woman, at our apartment in Pittsburgh. This was the fifth take. She kept laughing.
More joking around: