Mr. Kindergelt

Mr. Kindergelt


In Secret,
I wish for,
Under my own,
Every Night,
Caught in dreams,
I'll cry,

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  • The Hedge Theater

    The Hedge Theater


    The tangibility this promises is assuredly one of linguistic discovery. Beavers maps out a portrait that reckons the metaphysical interplay of an edit (both an extremely physical practice and one of total abstraction) with the camera's irreducible act of rendering anything into an object. When we point, then, the camera at ourself, at those we love - how will we reconcile with that process of -ification? Beavers intervention is one combative on all fronts: lacing through the historical and natural…

  • Gerry


    Would be a perfect schismatic follow-up to Psycho, had one feature not come in-between. Feels as much like a reorganization of identity-as-signified between the character(s), as it does between ourselves as viewers and Damon/Affleck as personalities (of course, watching this today very much shades a lot of that). The dissonance of watching them in the contexts of something as durationally minded as this, thats only quivers see their interaction as represented by an amorphous characterization [lack of narrativity + a…

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    Twin Peaks: The Return


    It's playing theatrically in MOMA. Can we leave it on, now?