quinta-feira, 25 de outubro de 2007


still do filme que não vi: "Trailer", que título ótimo, que imagem ótima, tipo as fotos daquele japonês (qual japonês mesmo?) só que quentinha. essa foto é link do artnews

stills do filme que vi e gostei: "Deadline", outro título ótimo.

…So here I am in a vacuum-sealed air-conditioned airport. In front of a smiling stranger that yet looks so familiar. Do I see rightly under his arm a book, with on the cover a photograph of father’s bush-taxi? And the title; Deadline, by Lamin the first Bojang. Underneath in smaller italic letters a quote I think. “Do we all have journeys mapped out in our central nervous systems like migrating birds? It seems the only way to account for our insane restlessness. “And in even smaller letters, “The remarkable story of an epic voyage undertaken by a man in his desire to travel away from the everyday squalor of his region, that sees him drive a bush taxi from his native Gambia to an airport in Nigeria in a failed attempt to catch a plane to Greece. He spends sixteen months on the road working his way through eight West African countries. “Your journey to an airport will never seem that long again…

pedaço do press release do site da maureen paley, onde está a exposição.

o nome dela é divertido de pronunciar: saskia olde wolbers. confesso que pouco sei sobre essa mulher, quem puder por favor me contextualize. ela é legal?

6 October - 11 November 2007


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