The Flood of Recollected Images Begins: Review of Josef Winkler’s Natura Morta and When the Time Comes --- K. Thomas Kahn | Numéro Cinq
Winkler has likened his authorial role to that of a human camera: he would undoubtedly have had Antonioni’s famous montage of images in mind—I am thinking of Antonioni’s L’Eclisse (1962), with its stress on images as storytelling vehicles—when compiling his own scenes of natura morta. --- K. Thomas Kahn