I recently rewatched Krzysztof Kieślowski’s La double vie de Véronique, a film I first saw around Christmastime 2008. Returning to the film was really an attempt to recover the feeling of inspiration and possibility I experienced when I first saw it, a feeling that probably had as much to do with the state of my life as anything on the celluloid (I’d lived in Paris for a year, was just starting my MA, felt isolated and lonely, and took what was most likely too much relief from an email correspondance with a girl in another country, an even bigger fan of Kieślowski than me). 2,301 more words
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Today’s world is multi-layered. Attempting to birth a new order science and philosophy co-mingle. Our way of life is folded and tempered in technology’s white heat. 489 more words
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My take on fine art may be different as I’ve dicked around and through at least three, with each bringing some milestones or returns. The creative writing ambition returned $20 from The North American Review.