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Baltica! Part 1 – Video Works

One of London’s great alternative exhibition spaces ‘The Old Biscuit Factory’, Bermondsey, hosted Baltica – Memory and Landscape, curated by Jude Cowan Montague, dedicated to work inspired by the Baltic Sea for a fleeting week in January. Sami Maalas’ Memory Wash (2020) played at right angles to a huge mirror giving a double projection of… Keep Reading

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Anna Karina & the Myth of Eternal Youth by Rita Braga

Maybe there really is no meaning in life. When Ferdinand (Jean-Paul Belmondo) painted his face blue before exploding in Pierrot le Fou (Godard, 1965), the film tapped into the absurdity of things, which we experience occasionally, maybe when facing an overwhelming event (unless you are a natural born existentialist). The director, Jean-Luc Godard, once commented… Keep Reading

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