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The image is a pure creation of the mind. It cannot be born from a comparison but from a juxtaposition of two more or less distant realities. The more the relationship between the two juxtaposed realities is distant and true, the stronger the image will be — the greater its emotional power and poetic reality.

quoted from Pierre Reverdy by André Breton in The Surrealist Manifesto 

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Nevermind The High Sign by Kate Burnet & Dan Woerner

Interpreted from the 1956 short play, Act Without Words by Samuel Beckett, Nevermind The High Sign utilizes the pantomime format to tell a story about a character who is stranded in the desert and has only his dim-witted instincts to survive. Various props are lowered, they dangle in front of him only to be retrieved in a Buster Keaton meets Tantalus fashion. He plays the game despite his obvious handicaps and shortcomings. He reaches overhead and examines the tools presented to him only to have the futility of the situation prevail. Inevitably he contemplates suicide, but eventually he succumbs either in defeat or rebellion and stares straight ahead.

absurd, absolutely lovely, thanks ikilledjackjohnson!


Matthew Stone - Untitled, 2010

This is a sample of a zero-budget video that was screened as part of “Video Portraits” at Wilkinsons Gallery. The event was curated by Saam Farahmand.

see also Matthew Stone’s photos

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Radiohead - Argentina 2009

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DJ Cam - Mad Blunted Jazz

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Modual - Infinity [Loodma Recordings]

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High Speed Cathode Ray Tube (TV)

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