“I think a person needs to learn from childhood to find himself alone. It means to not be bored when you’re by yourself, because a person who finds himself bored when alone – as it seems to me – is in danger.”

— Andrei Tarkovsky, A Poet in the Cinema

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Robert Bresson on Cinema

Interview conducted by some french peoples in which Bresson discusses his film.

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MAGGIE CHEUNG

DUNG CHE SAI DUK REDUX / ASHES OF TIME REDUX / 2008 / WONG KAR-WAI

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Flying Lotus - “Until The Quiet Comes”

James McIntosh Patrick, Portrait of friend Dorothea Hannah, 1928 

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TALISCO - Run
Directed by Matt Larson & Zack Spiger

Max Ernst, Rendezvous of Friends: The Friends Become Flowers

Max Ernst, Rendezvous of Friends: The Friends Become Flowers

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Francis Picabia, Abstract, 1938.

Hilary Harris - Organism (1975)

Academy Award winning film maker Hilary Harris’ epic vision of New York City shot over 15 years [1959-74] during which time Mr. Harris pioneered and con-temporized time-lapse film making techniques to achieve this unique experiential view of the world we inhabit.

Nam June Paik - Videofilm Concert (1965)

Nam June Paik, Global Groove, 1973, Video tape, colour, sound, 18mins

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Bedhead (1991) - A Short Film by Robert Rodriguez.

George Condo, Woman and Man, Oil on canvas, 215.9 x 190.5cm