C.F.Plateaux-no.9 - Tatsuo Miyajima, 2007, LED/electric wire/IC
We must believe in the body, but as in the germ of life, the seed which splits open the paving-stones, which has been preserved and lives on in the holy shroud or the mummy's bandages, and which bears witness to life, in the world as it is. We need an ethic or faith, which makes fools laugh: it is not a need to believe in something else, but a need to believe in this world, of which fools are a part.--Gilles Deleuze, Cinema 2: The Time-Image (Continuum, 2005), p.167.
Posted by Matthew Flanagan at 15:38
Images from Nathaniel Dorsky's latest film, August and After, which premiered in Los Angeles a couple of weeks ago. Via. Also, in London later this month: the first LUX/ICA Biennial, featuring some interesting programmes, and, projected at Gasworks, The Anabasis of May and Fusako Shigenobu, Masao Adachi and 27 Years Without Images.
Posted by Matthew Flanagan at 03:03