“– to flee –
out into the open, into four dimensions (three + time), in search of our own material, our meter and rhythm.”
“These gangsters, Jerry. Do they hold as much mystery for you as they do for me?”1
“The disarming centerpiece of a trilogy of films by Abbas Kiarostami, this work heads towards the same place that Roberto Rossellini set out for in the 1950s.
“London artist John Smith uses light-hearted humour to explore theoretical concerns – Gargantuan, for instance, is both pleasantly silly and acutely conscious of how imagery depends entirely on its framing.