Arts and Culture previews, and commentary pieces.
Le Piano Vertébral by Salomé Melchior, 07/2020
‘Stumbling Dreams’ by Salomé Melchior, 06/2020
If you study this Lynchian fever dream philosophically, it metamorphoses from a cinematic jigsaw into a subversion of traditional film narrative that provokes philosophical inquiry through emotion.
“To my father, who transformed the famous “blue hour”, which appears when the sun is setting, and told me about the yellow hour… Thus, he is this poem’s source of inspiration.”
This poem cannot be translated literally because in French there is a play on words between “mots” (words) and “maux” (woes).
Can the brutality of Fight Night be captured through the language of love? Fight Night was one of the last major LSE events held before the school’s unfortunate closure. How fitting then, that it was one of its best. Talent,…
Robert Eggers’ most recent masterpiece, The Lighthouse, is a black and white depiction of an insular maritime setting where two men share their solitudes. The film narrates the relationship between two lighthouse keepers, who navigate through scenes of peace and conflict.
I can taste marijuana on the tip of his tongue. And his nose ring was cold from the Melbourne winter. I can trace ribcage under his skin, moving my finger across his tall stature like a pen that an artist…
There’s no ‘right’ way to extend a franchise with an established fan base, but after watching the final episode of the new Star Wars trilogy we can safely say that Disney did it the wrong way. Hiring different directors for each new story might have worked for the original trilogy but not in this instance.
History tells us that continents were forged out of paper skin, and paper is the new blood that grew into the old blood that haunts the memories of my elders. Paper Skin is fair, like white phantom. It moves through…