Black Leader

‘”One day I’ll have to put it all alone at the beginning of a film with a long piece of black leader; if they don’t see happiness in the picture, at least they’ll see the black.”.’. –Marker, C. Sans Soleil, 1983.

Eat Sand (Sand)

Eat Sand is mounted as a succession of curated fragments, fragments that bear a somewhat bitter or distressful relationship with reality; but –for over that– a tainted pulse. An acknowledgement of the medium as matter, as an unreliable capture and a contextless product of time and space. 

Before 0

Imagery is restless. It has no consumption waste; and yet, hails from a depleted sense of reality that feeds upon itself. As in a cycle –may there be a more contemporary notion. Images of real things. Images of images. Reinterpretation, appropriation…; it all seems applicable to fairy everything. And it all leads to the attribution of new meanings.