The drawings are being displayed in the main gallery on the empty wall behind the desk. This is one interactive element in a show with many. It's an interesting opportunity to examine both the peculiar and particular forensic art of composite drawing and
the role that memory plays in our idealized expectations of romantic love.
Werd. Thanks for reading, Tony!
There were plenty of jumps and screams at the severed-head reveal at the Sunday night screening even though a pre-movie poll by the FLiCX moderator found that nearly everyone in the nearly-full house had seen the flick before. My fave sequence is Quint's monologue about the sinking of the Indiana: "black eyes, like a doll's eyes..."
Really liked the round framing of the images in the TOOTH series. Found those much more interesting than the portraits. She was more eloquent than most artists when discussing their work. I think she said she had a degree in literature?
That's optimism you're smelling, and a belief in the boundless human imagination.
I've never seen NAUSICAA and that's the one I'm most excited about this time around. I love all of the early Saturday cartoon programming at Belcourt in general. Such a fun tradition as Saturday mornings on TV aren't what they used to be. Plus, it's a great way to turn 8 year old cartoon buffs into 18 year old cinephiles.
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